NI Human Rights Festival 2018
We are pleased to share the programme for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Festival 2018, full details at http://www.nihrf.com/.
The many exciting events include:
10 December 2018 - ‘What next for the proposed Northern Ireland Bill of Rights’. Dr Anne Smith (Ulster) and Prof Colin Harvey (QUB) present the findings of their research project. Full details at https://www.ulster.ac.uk/research/institutes/transitional-justice-institute/events/what-next-for-the-proposed-northern-ireland-bill-of-rights
10 December 2018 - ’The Handmaid’s Tale’, Ulster’s Kathryn White explores Margaret Atwood’s depiction of ‘a woman’s culture’. Details at http://www.nihrf.com/events-background/2018/12/10/the-handmaids-tale
11 December 2018 - ‘What would Buffy Do?’ Prof Rory O’Connell contributes to this discussion on the ethical and human rights implications of the popular series. Details at http://www.nihrf.com/events-background/2018/11/18/what-would-buffy-do
12 December 2018 - ’Sticky Tricky Law’ Ulster University (York Street) hosts Dr Joelle Grogan for a discussion of this project with the ambition to explain law by means of sticky notes. Details at http://www.nihrf.com/events-background/2018/12/12/sticky-tricky-law
13 December 2018 - Ulster University (York Street) is the venue for ”Are Rights in Fashion? Ethical practices, sustainability and slow fashion." Details at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/are-rights-in-fashion-ethical-and-sustainable-practices-with-safia-minney-tickets-52870874208