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Challenges to Human Rights in Times of Transition: AHRI Conference Session 2

Challenges to Human Rights in Times of Transition, chaired by Professor Christine Bell. Speakers: Professor Francesca Klug, OBE, Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, Doughty Street…

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Moving Forward in Times of Transition: AHRI Conference Session 3

Alan Miller, Elizabeth Salmon and Rhona Smith, chaired by Kasey McCall Smith. *** Renewing Rights in Times of Transition: 70 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human RightsOn 7 and 8 September…

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The Inclusion Project: Human Rights Dilemmas in the Negotiation of Peace Agreements. AHRI Conference Session 1.

Public lecture by Christine Bell to celebrate the launch of the Political Settlements Research Programme's PA-X Peace Agreements Database, at the opening of the AHRI 2018 Conference on Renewing…

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Anna (Anne) Eleanor Roosevelt closes the 2018 AHRI Conference with 'Nevertheless, She Persisted'

Anna (Anne) Eleanor Roosevelt chairs The Roosevelt Institute in New York, and recently retired as Chief Executive Officer for Goodwill of Northern New England. Anne's closing address,…

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'What we talk about when we talk about political settlements'

by Christine Bell (University of Edinburgh)

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About the Global Academies

Edinburgh has established four Global Academies, to find innovative solutions to the world's most challenging problems: Global Environment and Society Academy Global Development Academy Global…

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About the Global Justice Academy

The Global Justice Academy is an interdisciplinary network that supports research, teaching and knowledge exchange on global justice issues. It seeks to build on, consolidate and expand the work of…

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