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Public Events - 2004

Rights behind bars: the conditions and treatment of those in detention
Anne Owers, HM Chief Inspector of Prisons
December 2004

Doing Justice to the Dead
Lincoln Crawford OBE; David Ould, Dr John Torpey
November 2004

Human rights and impunity in Columbia
Father Javier Giraldo
November 2004

Human rights and democracy is a state of transition: how the Czech Republic has fared
Gabriela Dlouhá, David French and Tomáš Pojar
October 2004

Field Notes: an exploration of the methodology of human rights monitors
in conjunction with Human Rights Watch UK
October 2004

Is the idea of human rights now doing more harm than good?
Professor Conor Gearty
October 2004

Compensation for Land Acquisition of Tribals: the promise of law and a lawyer's perspective of the reality
Anoop Kumar Mehta
June 2004

Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Occupied Iraq: current problems and future prospects
Professor Christopher Greenwood QC, Professor Françoise Hampson, Professor Philippe Sands QC, Professor Ruth Wedgwood
May 2004

Human Rights for Women: liberation or mere rhetoric?
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC
March 2004

Why isn't education free? Human Rights responses to commercialisation and indoctrination
Professor Katarina Tomasevski
February 2004

Freedom in Blair's Britain
Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty
February 2004

Human Rights, Civil Liberties And Democracy: ideas in conflict or in partnership?
Professor Conor Gearty; Professor Francesca Klug; Andrew Puddephatt
January 2004 

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