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Human Rights Reading Group: 2015 dates

20th February 2015

The Human Rights Reading Group is for PhD students and scholars interested in discussing ideas and issues in human rights law, theory and practice.

Run by Regnet’s Centre for International Governance and Justice, the group meets once a month to talk about a different text – whether journal article, book chapter, film or novel – that touches on human rights.

Reading Group will usually take place between 11am to 12pm in the RegNet Meeting Room, Level 3, Coombs Extension Building.

Below are dates for Human Rights Reading Group in 2015, which are scheduled roughly on the middle Wednesday of the month.

The exceptions are 13 May, when it will be in Seminar Room 1.13, ground floor of Coombs Extension Building (round the back near the vending machine) and 15 July, when it will be on at 2-3pm in Hedley Bull Seminar Room 3.

Topics and readings for discussion will be detailed at the website for each month.

For more information on the Reading Group contact Cynthia Banham.

Tags: Human rights

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