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Workshop 'International human rights law and boundaries'
Date: 28 February 2013 Time: 2.00 pm
Venue: FASS MR 1
Presentations will consider how human rights addresses the question of boundaries: the way in which human rights are applicable to bounded communities; how human rights constructs bounded identities of the self and other; how bounded normative regimes can engage with each other; and how the state law system should engage with other normative systems including those of indigenous peoples. The workshop will be in two parts:
(1) Dr. Jen Hendry (Leeds) Paper on 'Legal translations and normative communities" Paper here: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2200117.
(2) Presentations by members of the Centre on how these issues can be conceptualized problematized:
Karolina Follis (PPR), 'Who's responsible? Accounting for migrant boat disasters in the Mediterranean'.
Clemens Rieder (Law) 'Solidarity and the role of boundaries- some sketches'.
James Summers (Law) 'The Construction of Peoples by the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights'.
Saskia Vermeylen (LEC) 'The Paradox of Cultural Boundaries in the Law'.
Who can attend: Anyone
Associated staff: Steven Wheatley
Organising departments and research centres: CILHR Centre for International Law and Human Rights, Law
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