Lunch hour lectures repository Autumn 2010
- Incest and folk-dancing: why sex survives
- Eyeing the brain
- Bubbles in the blood: from the 'bends' to magic bullets
- From dust to diamonds
- What does London owe to slavery?
- Breast screening: some inconvenient truths
- Piracy: The law of the high seas
- Doomed to fail? The challenges of coalition government for Westminster and Whitehall
- Who or what killed Franz Ferdinand?
- Energising the city
- Philosophy and public policy
- Light and darkness in the accelerating universe
- Can HIV treatment stop the AIDS epidemic?
- The missing 650 million?
- Listening to foreign judges from far away places: Why the European Court of Human Rights is a good idea
- Angels, putti, dragons and fairies: A biological dissection
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Listening to foreign judges from far away places: Why the European Court of Human Rights is a good idea
10 December 2010
Tuesday 7 December 2010
Dr Basak Cali (UCL Political Science)
The lecture will discuss the findings of a three year Economic and Social Research Council project studying the legitimacy and the authority of the European Court of Human Rights and will defend the importance of the Strasbourg Court for the political health of European states.
This lecture marks Human Rights Day on 10 December 2010.
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