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Free CeCIL public talk on Turkey’s state of emergency and human rights

The Kent Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) will hold a free public talk in Canterbury later this month, to address questions raised by the state of emergency currently in place in Turkey. Entitled State of Emergency: On Turkey’s Gulenist … Continue reading

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Kent Law School launches new free public lectures

International legal issues in the news are the focus of free lectures from the Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) at the University’s Law School. In the first on Tuesday 1 November, Dr Sophie Vigneron’s talk The Destruction of Cultural … Continue reading

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ISIS Crimes against the Yazidis – Law Lecture

A specialist in international humanitarian and human rights law gives a lecture for Kent’s Centre for Critical International Law on Tuesday 4 October. Sareta Ashraph is currently chief analyst on the Commission of Inquiry on Syria and will deliver a … Continue reading

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New York Law School launch for Kent co-edited volume on the International Criminal Court

A new volume on the International Criminal Court (ICC), co-edited by Kent Law School lecturer Dr Sara Kendall and published by Cambridge University Press, was launched at an event at New York Law School this week. The launch of Contested … Continue reading

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CeCIL lecture gives global perspective to constitutional and labour law

A guest lecture offering students a global perspective to constitutional law and labour law has been delivered as part of an annual programme of speakers organised by Kent Law School’s Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL). CeCIL Co-Directors Dr Sara … Continue reading

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Guest lecture by Professor Sundhya Pahuja on ‘International Law and the Making of the World’

International legal scholar Professor Sundhya Pahuja will deliver a lecture on ‘International Law and the Making of the World’ at Kent on Tuesday 10 November. Professor Pahuja is Professor of International Law at Melbourne Law School and Director of the … Continue reading

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Article by Kent PhD student published by Critical Legal Thinking blog

The Critical Legal Thinking blog has published an article by Kent PhD student Paulo Ilich Bacca which examines the legal ambiguity surrounding the crime of genocide. In the article Indigenous Peoples and the Legacies of Colonialism in International Criminal Law: … Continue reading

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Between Security and Rights – a CeCIL Guest Lecture on 29 September

Former Chief of the Witness and Victim Section of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, Mr Saleem Vahidy, will give a guest lecture entitled ‘Between Security and Rights’ on Tuesday 29th September, launching the autumn term guest lecture programme for … Continue reading

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