Salford Human Rights Conference 2010 - Ten Years On: A Multi-perspective Evaluation of the Human Rig (Salford Human Rights)

Venue: Salford Law School, Lady Hale Building

Location: Greater Manchester, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jun 04, 2010 End Date/Time: Jun 05, 2010
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‘Ten years on’: A Multi-perspective Evaluation of the Human Rights Act – Salford Human Rights Conference 2010
Date: Friday & Saturday 4-5 June 2010
Location: University of Salford – Salford, Greater Manchester, UK. M5 4WT
Venue: Salford Law School, Lady Hale Building.
Contacts: John Allbutt, Nicolas Kang-Riou, Jo Milner, Suryia Nayak
law-hrconference@salford.ac.uk
This conference offers a multi-perspective evaluation of the impact of the Human Rights Act over the last 10 years. It includes both a domestic and international analysis of the effectiveness of the Human Rights Act.

Key features:

A multidisciplinary overview of the Act, including legal, philosophical, political, sociological and psychological themes.
Speakers from across the spectrum, including policy-makers, professionals, academics, lay presenters and activists.
Personal testimonies.
A timely event, taking place just after the general election, which presents an ideal opportunity to consider future developments in policy and practice.
An evaluation of a future Bill of Rights.
This conference is accredited for CPD purposes by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Visit www.law.salford.ac.uk/hrconference

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University of Salford, Salford
United Kingdom
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