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0. Introduction to Human Rights after Brexit Podcasts by Dr Veronika Fikfak

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Human Rights after Brexit podcast is a series of nine podcasts in which young human rights experts discuss the implications of Brexit for human rights protection in the UK....

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


17 What is bureaucracy for?

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A analysis of some of the functions of bureaucracy, and also of some of the strong tendencies for organizations to become over-bureaucratic.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Wed 2 Jan 2013


18 How do we get justice?

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A comparison of different legal systems, their structures and outcomes, particularly English Common Law and Japan.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Wed 2 Jan 2013


1. The Complexities of Human Rights and Constitutional Reform in the UK by Leanne Cochrane

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In this episode, Leanne Cochrane who is a PhD student at Queen’s University Belfast, maps out the current human rights situation in the UK. She looks at the implications of Brexit...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


'20 years on: taking stock of the WTO dispute settlement system and the challenges for the future' by Professor Robert...

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Fri 27 Nov 2015


2. Human Rights Post-Brexit: Inadvertent Protection & Violation by Dr Joelle Grogan

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In this episode, Dr Joelle Grogan who is a Lecturer at Middlesex University Law School, talks about how we may be able to use existing law to protect some human rights after...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


30 Why are we here?

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Various theories about how history works - whether there are laws, or we are governed by chance; revolution and evolution of human history.

Collection: How the World Works: Letters to Lily

Institution: King's College

Created: Thu 10 Jan 2013


3. Unchartered Waters: Fundamental Social Rights and the Common Law Contract of Employment by Niall O'Connor

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In this episode, Niall O’Connor is a Phd student at University of Cambridge and he talks about how the common law could provide protection for social rights after Brexit.

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


4. The Reach of Common Law Rights by Thomas Fairclough

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In this episode, Thomas Fairclough, a PhD student at the University of Cambridge disputes the argument that common law rights are only limited in scope and therefore cannot offer...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


5. Constitutional Referendum, Socio-Economic Rights by Dr Katie Boyle

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In this episode, Dr Katie Boyle, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Roehampton, investigates what information citizens had access to prior to the 2016 referendum and questions...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


6. About Foreign Reeves and Judges - Confronting domestic backlashes again human rights through dissemination of core...

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In this episode, Ömer Keskin is a PhD student at the University of Lausanne. In his talk, he explains how referendums work in Switzerland and how international law could be used...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


7. Doctor Derogation Love by Dr Stuart Wallace

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In this episode, Dr Stuart Wallace, a Lecturer at University of Cambridge, speaks about the Government’s decision to stop applying the European Convention on Human Rights (or to...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


8. Brexit, Administrative Justice and Human Rights by Joe Tomlinson

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In this episode, Dr Joe Tomlinson from Sheffield University questions how Brexit will affect administrative justice and in particular the protection of human rights in the...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


9. The Enforcement of Equality and Human Rights by Dr David Barrett

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In this episode, Dr David Barrett from Nottingham Trent University speaks about the impact of Brexit on regulatory actors, in particular the Equality and Human Rights Commission...

Collection: Human Rights After Brexit Workshop

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


'Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court': The 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture

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On Friday 8th May 2009, John G Roberts Jnr (Chief Justice of the United States) delivered the 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court". Mr...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 15 Sep 2011


'Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court': The 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture (audio)

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On Friday 8th May 2009, John G Roberts Jnr (Chief Justice of the United States) delivered the 2009 Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Abraham Lincoln and the Supreme Court". Mr...

Collection: The David Williams Lecture: The Centre for Public Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Wed 6 Jun 2012


A Brexit transitional framework: talk by Professor Kenneth Armstrong

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Kenneth Armstrong, Professor of European Law at the University of Cambridge, delivers a public lecture at Madingley Hall on 7 November 2017. This lecture explores what a Brexit...

Collection: Madingley Lectures

Institution: Institute of Continuing Education

Created: Tue 14 Nov 2017


'Access to justice: revolutionizing the role of women' by Dr Ilaria Bottigliero

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 2 Apr 2015


'A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect' by Professor Olivier de Frouville

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Mon 14 May 2012


'A Cosmopolitan Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect' by Professor Olivier de Frouville

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law (LCIL), University of Cambridge hosts a regular Friday lunchtime lecture series on key areas of International Law. Previous subjects...

Collection: LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Thu 17 May 2012


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