Oct. 20, 2016
Kent Law School launches series of free public lectures
The Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) at Kent Law School is launching a series of free public lectures in Canterbury, and the focus of these lectures is international legal issues.
The first of these lectures is being held on Tuesday 1st November, and features Dr Sophie Vigneron discussing The Destruction of Cultural Heritage: From Byzantine Iconoclasm to Daesh. This talk will examine the historical destruction of cultural heritage for religious and/or political purposes.
Other lectures in the series include Professor Nick Grief’s lecture entitled Beyond Law's Limits? Holding Nuclear-armed States to Account in the International Court of Justice on Tuesday 7th March 2017, and Dr Darren Dinsmore’s talk State of Emergency: On Turkey's Gülenist Purge and the Defence of Human Rights on Wednesday 31st May 2017.
All of these CeCIL public lectures will take place in The Friends Meeting House, 6 The Friars, Canterbury at 7pm – tea coffee and light refreshments will be available from 6.30pm.
For further details click here and for information on other CeCIL events see here.
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Content added on 20th October 2016.
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