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As part of our 16 Days of Activism in December 2017, Dr Yassin Brunger, Dr Rachel Killean and Dr Eithne Dowds discuss the role of activism and international criminal justice in responding to conflict-related sexual and gender-based violence.
As part of our 16 Days of Activism programme in December 2017, Dr Yassin Brunger is joined by Justice Teresa Doherty, former Presiding judge at the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
Sarah E. Lageson talks to Adam Harkens  about new forms of digital punishment and social control in the United States.
Dr Kirsten McConnachie from the School of Law at Warwick University talks to our own Professor Colin Harvey about the ongoing refugee crisis in Myanmar.
Dr Alice Panepinto and guests Dr Nahed Habiballah and Nery Ramati discuss their work in relation to the human rights situation in Palestine.
Discussion centres on national and international perspectives on domestic violence, and how law and policy has responded to this type of harm.
On the inaugural episode of LawPod Professor Phil Scraton discusses the implications of mandatory life sentencing and the failures of the modern penal system.