Past IHR Events
- Does Britain need a Bill of Rights?
- Who will be the Ultimate Guardian Angel of Human Rights in Europe - Implications of the European Union’s Accession to the European Convention on Human Rights
- Forced Evictions and Human Rights: Launch of a Report and discussion of how land and housing evictions violate economic an social rights
- Statehood and Secession: Sudan, Northern Ireland, Eritrea and other challenges
- "In the Land of the Free" film screening and talk by Robert King
- Colloquium on Interpretivism in International Law
- Freedom of expression and private life: How can we balance the competing interests?
- The European Convention on Human Rights: A Living Instrument
Forced Evictions and Human Rights: Launch of a Report and discussion of how land and housing evictions violate economic an social rights
Publication date: Apr 04, 2011 12:21 PM
Start: Apr 11, 2011 12:00 AM
Location: UCL Faculty of Laws, Bentham House, Endsleigh Gardens, WC1H 0EG, London
- Professor Yves Cabannes - UCL Development and Planning Unit, co-author of report
- Sylvia Guimaraes - Building & Social Housing Federation, co-author
- Cassidy Johnson - UCL Development and Planning Unit, co-author
- Malavika Vartak - Amnesty International UK
- Cesare Ottolini - International Alliance of Inhabitants and Zero Eviction Campaign
- Saladin Meckled-Garcia - UCL Institute for Human Rights
- George Letsas - UCL Institute for Human Rights
- Facilitated by Gautam Bhan - Indian Institute for Human Settlements
About the Event:
A new report examining how people and communities around the world face forced eviction has been published by a prominent group of researchers, led by UCL academics. This event has been set up by the Institute for Human Rights to discuss the relationships of forced evictions to economic and social rights, and their status as violations.
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