Centre for the Study of Human Rights public lecture
Date: Wednesday 23 October 2013
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Professor Karima Bennoune
Chair: Professor Chetan Bhatt
From Pakistani peace activists to Tunisian feminists, from Chechen journalists to Algerian victims of terrorism, Karima Bennoune highlights some of the most overlooked and important contemporary human rights struggles.
Karima Bennoune is professor of international law and a member of the board of the network of Women Living Under Muslim Laws.
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A podcast of this event is available to download from "Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here": the human rights struggle against Muslim fundamentalism
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