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Public Events - 2006

Human Rights Day lecture: some old truths and necessary new directions
Professor Manfred Nowak, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture
7 December 2006

Can Human Rights Survive?
Shami Chakrabarti, Professor Kim Economides (chair) Professor Conor Gearty, Gavin Phillipson, Professor William Twining
16 November 2006

Field Notes: Human Rights Defenders Speak - with Human Rights Watch UK
Salih Mahmoud Osman, Beatrice Were, Iain Levine
November 2006

Human rights in the 21st Century: the case of China
Brad Adams, Bruce Gilley, Yiyi Lu
23 October 2006

Refugee Solutions or Solutions to Refugeehood
James C Hathaway, introduced by Leslie Vinjamuri
17 October 2006

Reproduction: an issue of human rights
Dr Debora Spar, Dr Stephen Minger
3 October 2006

Private military/security companies operating in situations of armed conflict: a gap in human rights and humanitarian law?
Andy Bearpark, Dr Chaloka Beyani, Emanuela-Chiara Gillard
May 2006

Using Video for Change: WITNESS' model for human rights advocacy
Sam Gregory, WITNESS
April 2006

Prosecuting Pinochet: the challenges and obstacles to the pursuit of justice in Chile Professor David Sugarman
March 2006

The human rights of persons with disabilities: extending freedom to all
Anna Lawson, Professor Helen Meenan, Dr Nick O'Brien
March 2006

Protecting human rights in an age of uncertainty
Louise Arbour, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
February 2006

Trying Saddam and other dictators - the limits of justice
Kirsten Sellars
February 2006

Why the human rights and environmental movements must be allies not adversaries Michael Meacher MP, David Wolfe
January 2006 

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