Organized by Law and Justice Forum, College of Law
Start: Apr 30 2009 - 17:45
End: Apr 30 2009 - 19:00
Nisrine Abiad, British Institute of International and Comparative Law,
Dr Abiad is currently managing the project on Criminal Law and the Rights of the Child in Iran and other Muslim States started in October 2008. She joined the institute in February 2007 as research fellow in the project on Human Rights in International Law and Iran. In Augsut 2007, she was promoted to project manager and carried out with the assistance of the Iran team the implementation of the different research and events components of the project till end of September 2008. In the framework of this project, she undertook a comparative study on the impact of Islamic Sharia on the ratification and implementation of international human rights instruments in Muslim states.
Ali Fathollah-Nejad, political scientist
Douglas Murray, Director of the Centre for Social Cohesion (CSC), a non-partisan think-tank in Westminster, London. Founded in 2007 to promote human rights, tolerance and greater cohesion among the UK's ethnic and religious communities and within wider British society, the CSC is the first think-tank in the UK to specialise in studying radicalisation and extremism within Britain.
Location: College of Law, 14 Store Street,
Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 7DE
Room: SGO1 (A map can be found here)
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