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LLB student Julia Hunter talks with Cahal McLaughlin Chair of Film Studies at QUB, and Siobhán Wills, Prof of International Law at Ulster University, about their documentary ‘It Stays With You’
Professors and former Human Rights Commissioners Monica McWilliams, Brice Dickson, and Colin Harvey join Dr Amanda Kramer to reflect on the Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland 20 years on from the Good Friday Agreement.
Niamh Hargan a media lawyer joins QUB final year law student Alana Hughes on this podcast. Together they discuss Niamh’s fast paced, exciting and interesting career in the media, film and TV industry.
This episode features QUB’s Rachel Killean, joined by Megan Hirst and Kinga Tabori-Szabo. They discuss the role of victims within international criminal courts, and some of the challenges associated with responding meaningfully to mass victimisation.
Seamus Mulholland Barrister-at-law joins QUB final year law student Alana Hughes to continue our family law discussion.
Dr Amanda Kramer interviews Dr Kathryn McNeilly about her book Human Rights and Radical Social Transformation: Futurity, Alterity, Power (Routledge, 2017) which was shortlisted for the 2018 Hart-SLSA Early Career Prize.
Brendan Devlin Barrister-at-law joins QUB final year law student Alana Hughes to discuss study choices for third year students.
Dr James Gallen of Dublin City University joins Dr Luke Moffett on the podcast to discuss historical institutional abuse in democratic states, with a focus on Ireland.
Dr Rachael Dickson, Ivanka Antova and Professor Phil Scraton engage in a thoughtful conversation about the connection between activism, research and human rights.
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.