As part of a series of posts critically reflecting on the Grenfell Tower fire, Richard Warren of Kent Law Clinic details how some survivors may … Read more
Category: Public Law
The 1951 Refugee Convention 65 years on – still relevant to today’s crisis?
On Tuesday 18 October, CeCIL’s exploration of vulnerability and resistance in contemporary international law was greatly enriched by an engaging and insightful talk by Alan … Read more
Hillsborough: Grief and the Inquest
One clear theme from the Hillsborough inquests is the ways in which inquests can act to frame who and what can be mourned. My Facebook … Read more