Legal Matters: in conversation with Geraldine van Bueren
The University of Bradford is proud to present an evening with Professor Geraldine van Bueren QC, in conversation with Ian Miller, Barrister, School of Law. This event will take the form of a vibrant, loosely structured and informal interview, with the audience being invited to ask questions during a part of the evening.
Geraldine van Bueren is Professor of International Human Rights Law at Queen Mary University of London. She has published an extensive list of academic and non-academic books and texts, and on a wide range of subjects, including the rights of the child, socio-economic rights, adolescent criminal justice and freedom from poverty. Her most recent work includes:
- Van Bueren G (2020) Childhood Abused: Protecting Children Against Torture, Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment and Punishment (Routledge Revivals)
- Van Bueren G (2019) The New Social Contract - A Dignified Life for both the Poor and the Wealthy. The Human Right to a Dignified Existence in an International Context Legal and Philosophical Perspectives, Nomos Verlag
- Van Bueren G (2019). A justiciable right to food - a possibility for the United Kingdom? Public Law pp.146-165.
During the evening we will explore a range of conversation themes, including Geraldine's journey into a legal profession and her academic and legal involvement in a wide range of national and international issues.
Whilst Geraldine is an established academic, much of her work reaches beyond traditional academic audiences and therefore this event is open to everyone from within and outside of the university, including practitioners and students. More information on Professor Geraldine van Bueren can be found here:
Venue: JSB Lecture Theatre, Richmond building and D3 for refreshments. Please arrive from 5.15pm for refreshments with a 6.00pm start in JSB Lecture Theatre. The lecture is due to finish at 7.45pm.Book/register on this event
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