Encountering Human Rights Conference, 5th and 6th January 2007

Thursday 4 January 2007

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This two-day conference featuring speakers from Garden Court Chambers, including barristers Maya Sikand and Bethan Harris, brings together activists, academics and practitioners to assess how human rights law and practice in the UK interacts with issues concerning gender and sexuality. The conference is being organised by the Centre for Law, Gender and Sexuality, Liberty and the Legal Action Group. It has been funded by the Modern Law Review. The University of Westminster, London. Bookings in advance are essential and may be made from the link to the conference website. Please Note: CPD Points are available at this event!

Notes for Editors:

Maya Sikand is the author of the recent Legal Action Group publication "ASBOs: a practitioner's guide to defending anti-social behaviour orders" ASBOs is essential reading for criminal and housing practitioners, local authorities, the police, the judiciary, those working in the youth justice system and in voluntary sector organisations concerned with young people, mental health and learning disabilities.

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