NI Human Rights Festival 2018

NI Human Rights Festival 2018

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