The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights recognises our colleagues’ right to strike and notes that a strike has been called at the University of Oxford by the UCU for 25 – 29 November and 2 – 4 December. The Institute’s policy is to postpone and reschedule, where possible, events planned to take place during the strike period.
Accordingly, we are rescheduling a number of our events, including two flagship events. The book launch - ‘Vincenzo Ferrone’s Enlightenment and the rights of man’ , will now be held on Wednesday 19 February and our Adjudicating Rights Lecture - The Democratic Virtues of Human Rights Law: A Response to Lord Sumption's Reith Lectures will also be rescheduled. The new date will be announced on our website , through social media and in our weekly events emails.
Other rescheduled events:
Thursday 5 December, 11.30 am – 12.30 pm, Lower Atrium, Bonavero Institute
Bonavero Tea-time Our last Bonavero Tea-time of the term – a informal catch-up with members of the human rights community from across Oxford. Rescheduled from Tuesday 26 November.
Tuesday 5 May 2020, 12.30 pm – 1.45 pm, Gilly Leventis Meeting Room, Bonavero Institute
Bonavero Discussion Group: The Past, Present and Future of the British Constitution in Protecting Prisoners’ Rights on Both Sides of the Atlantic Professor Eric M. Freedman, Hofstra Law School, and author of Making Habeas Work: A Legal History will lead a discussion on ‘Habeas Corpus’. Lunch is provided.