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Public Events - 2001

Coercive versus non-coercive implementation of international human rights
Speaker: Professor Jack Donnelly, University of Denver
Chair: Francesca Klug, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE
December 2001

Coercive versus non-coercive implementation of international human rights
Professor Jack Donnelly, University of Denver
December 2001

11 September: Human Rights Dimensions
Human Rights symposium
Professor Christine Chinkin, Professor Roger Silverstone, Dr Kate Malleson, Professor Fred Halliday
November 2001

Hate speech, controversy and intolerance: Durban and beyond
Speaker: Claudio Cordone, Amnesty International
Chair: Professor Fred Halliday, Centre for the Study of Human Rights, LSE
October 2001

Human rights monitors: field notes
In conjunction with Human Rights Watch UK
Chair: Professor Fred Halliday, Centre for the Study of Human Rights
October 2001

A Rule of Law for the International community: Is it achievable?
In conjunction with Human Rights Watch UK
Judge Richard Goldstone, Chairman of the Independent International Commission on Kosovo
June 2001

Hate speech and Xenophobia In conjunction with Index on Censorship
Professor Kevin Boyle; Nick Fraser; Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
June 2001

Asylum and Refugee Rights: 50 years on
Speaker: Rachael Reilly, Human Rights Watch
June 2001 

Human Rights: Cause of, or cure for, the 'moral crisis' in liberal democracies?Francesca Klug, Human Rights Research Unit, Kings College, London
May 2001

Preventing deadly conflict: The role and responsibility of governments and NGOs
Hon Gareth Evans AO QC, President, International Crisis Group
February 2001 

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