Call for Papers: Durham Annual PGR Law Conference ‘Defending Individual Rights’
Helen Fenwick addresses Kosovo Parliament
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New on Durham Law: Policy Engagement (DLPE): Unacceptable Forms of Work
A new theme has been added to the Durham Law School’s policy portal, Durham Law: Policy Engagement (DLPE). The new pages explore the work of Dr Deirdre McCann on the legal regulation of Unacceptable Forms of Work (UFW). See further here.
Dr McCann’s research investigates how to improve work performed “in conditions that deny fundamental principles and rights at work, put at risk the lives, health, freedom, human dignity and security of workers or keep households in conditions of extreme poverty” (UN International Labour Organization).
The new pages highlight a new Multidimensional Model of UFW and include briefing documents and videos on the project.
For other legal and policy reforms that have resulted from DLS research - in the UK and around the world – see here.
(7 Sep 2015)
Dr Deirdre McCann organizes Global Dialogue on Unacceptable Forms of Work in Durham and Geneva
On 6-8th July, Dr Deirdre McCann organised a Global Dialogue at the United Nations in Geneva and the University of Durham. The Dialogue brought together policy-makers and researchers from across the world to consider how to eliminate ‘unacceptable forms of work’ (UFW)
Durham Law School co-hosts high-level conference on the future of labour regulation at the United Nations in Geneva
The Regulating for Decent Work Conference, held on 8-10 July at the International Labour Office in Geneva, debated the future of labour regulation in the post-crisis era. The Conference was co-hosted by Durham Law School together with the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO) and other international academic institutions.
Global Dialogue: Unacceptable Forms of Work
In July 2015, a Global Dialogue will bring together policy-actors and researchers from across the world who are engaged in efforts to tackle UFW.
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Durham Human Rights Centre celebrates 800th anniversary of Magna Carta
On Monday 15th June, the Human Rights Centre marked the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.
The Centre invited students and staff to visit Magna Carta and the Changing Face of Revolt in Palace Green library https://www.dur.ac.uk/palace.green/magnacarta/ to view the only surviving 1216 issue of the Charter.
- Forthcoming from @DurhamHRC's @seshaunawheatle: Principled Reasoning in Human Rights Adjudication (Hart, 2017): https://t.co/QpMKIFSyPh
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- New article from @DrAlanGreene on legal v political definitions of #terrorism in ICLQ. https://t.co/v6OBqebP9d
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- New article by @DrAlanGreene on #Trump's executive order and national security.
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- Durham HRC's @DrAlanGreene on the conviction of Anjem Choudary and what it means for UK counter-terrorism. https://t.co/RAWnETocx7
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- Special edition of the German Law Journal on #Brexit featuring Durham Law School's @ntinatzouvala
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- Roger Masterman and Colin Murray @mastermanmurray reflecting on the British constitution post #Brexit https://t.co/3TZfFozckv
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- Today at 1pm in PCL 056, Durham HRC welcomes @CornesLawNZUK.
All welcome! https://t.co/HjyZ0PXZer
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- Written by our fantastic students with the help of @ThriveTeesside! https://t.co/f0txZEys0V
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- @DrAlanGreene on #Orlando and how our perception of terrorism is too focused on Islamic extremism. https://t.co/IIwTHnih1n
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