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UK Business and Human Rights Scholars Network panel discussion

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25th March 2019

Time: 17.30 19.30 (Registration from 17.00)

Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP

UK Business and Human Rights' Scholars Network is a multi-disciplinary initiative led by the Essex Business and Human Rights Project. It brings together scholars interested in all areas of business and human rights from any discipline. The goal of the Network is to create space and opportunities for scholars researching, teaching and working in this area to establish links, discuss ideas, and develop inter or multi-disciplinary research. The Network held its first workshop event July 2018 at the University of Essex.

On 25 March 2019, the Network will hold its second annual workshop co-sponsored by BIICL, University of Essex, and University of Greenwich. The second part of the workshop will be open to public and will feature a panel discussing Grietje Baars' upcoming book Law, Capital, and The Corporation.

  • Grietje Baars, City University London
  • Dr Nadia Bernaz, Wageningen University
  • Dr. Tara Van Ho, University of Essex
  • Richard Whittell, Corporate Watch

Event convened by Event convened by Lise Smit, Associate Senior Research Fellow in Business and Human Rights and Dr Irene Pietropaoli, Research Fellow in Business & Human Rights.

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Co organised with

Essex Business and Human Rights Project,

Pricing and Registration

BIICL Members

  • Individual: £15
  • Concession: £9
  • Student: £6

Non-Members

  • Individual: £25
  • Concession: £15
  • Student: £10

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This event offers the equivalent of 2 hours.

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