Dates for your Diary 20/21

Oct 02 2020 Posted: 14:25 IST


Dates for your Diary 2020

Dates for your Diary 2020**All of the below are online via Zoom**


12th Oct - Gerry Liston, Global Legal Action Network (GLAN) “Climate change and the European Court of Human Rights: the Portuguese Youth4ClimateJustice case”
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Climate Justice Lecture Series: Irish Centre for Human Rights
 1pm – 2.15pm 

13th Oct - Aonghus Kelly, ‘From Galway to Dublin, via Basra, Bosnia, Belfast and Benghazi: the wanderings of an Irish lawyer’
Time: 1pm - 2pm 

19th -30th Oct Human Rights Law Clinic ‘Community Organiser Lecture Fortnight’, with evening presentations and Q&A from 5 to 6.30pm on up to 7 evenings. Speakers to include Mary Harney (Adoption Rights Alliance), Saoirse McHugh (Talamh Beo), Evgeny Shtorn (Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland), Clare O'Connor (Inner City Helping Homeless) and Johnny McElligott (Safety Before LNG). More details to follow. These evening events will be online and open to all ICHR students.
Time: 5pm – 6.30pm 

22nd Oct - Ambassador Michael Gaffey, Permanent Representative of Ireland to the UN and other International Organisations at Geneva ‘Multilateralism and Human Rights: Engaging with the UN Human Rights Council and the Security Council’
Time:  1pm - 2pm 

29th Oct - Dr Michelle Farrell, ‘The UK, International Law and International Crimes: Interrogating the Overseas Operations Bill’
Time: 1-2pm

 03rd Nov – Amal de Chicera, Statelessness Institute ‘ Statelessness, Trafficking and Rohingya communities’
Time: 5 – 7pm

05th Nov – Prof Beth van Schaack ‘Imagining Justice for Syria’.
Time: 4 – 5pm 

9th Nov Irene Khan, UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression ‘Freedom of Opinion and Expression: Contemporary Challenges for a UN mandate’
4pm - 5.15pm 

12th Nov - Professor Mark Drumbl, ‘Exposing Collaborators: Stories and Sentiments Starting in Communist Prague’
Time: 1pm - 2pm 

13th Nov - Dr Sharifa Sekalala, Warwick University ‘The human rights impact of increased digital public health surveillance measures during the COVID-19 crisis’
Time: 1pm - 2.00pm

19th Nov - Prof. William Schabas, ‘The War Crime of Unfair Trial’ 
1pm - 2pm

 24th Nov – Dr Olufemi Amao, Reader, Sussex University ‘African regional/sub-regional courts’ emerging jurisprudence on free movement’
Time: 1pm – 2.30pm 

26th Nov- Dr Sharon Weill, ‘The Prosecution of Hissene Habré’
Time: 1-2pm 

3rd Dec - Dr Edel Hughes, ‘Understanding and Addressing the Impact of Invisibility on Conflict-Related Male Sex Violence in Syria’
Time: 12 noon 

8th Dec - Dr Marica Moscati, Senior Lecturer at the University of Sussex will give a presentation on LGBTI Persons and Access to Justice
Time: TBC