Beyond Crises: The Future of Equality Law

Event date
9 June 2022
Event time
10:00 - 18:00
Oxford week
TT 7
Venue
Harold Lee Room - Pembroke College
Speaker
Kate O’Regan, Cathi Albertyn, Helen Mountfield, Colm O’Cinneide, Aileen McColgan, Ijeoma Omambala, Diane Elson, Darryl Hutcheon, Aaron Reeves, Meghan Campbell, Jessica Clarke, Jule Mulder, Lisa Waddington, Anna Lawson, Tais Penteado

The symposium (SLS Annual Seminar 2022) brings together equality lawyers and those involved with the Oxford Human Rights Hub and the British Academy project: Exponential Inequalities. The project considered the role of equality law in times of crises such as the current pandemic, across a range of comparative jurisdictions including the UK, US, Kenya, India, South Africa, Colombia, Australia and Brazil. The symposium now brings together leading experts on equality law to consider the wider implications of crises on the future of equality law. The provisional schedule is below.

If you would like to participate in the event, please email the organisers directly (Shreya Atrey & Sandra Fredman).

10:15-10:30      Introduction 

                          [Sandra Fredman, Shreya Atrey]

10:30-12:00      Roundtable 1: Understanding exponential inequalities

                          [Aaron Reeves, Diane Elson, Kate O’Regan,

                          Lisa Waddington, Anna Lawson]

12:15-13:45      Roundtable 2: Responding to exponential inequalities 

                          [Cathi Albertyn, Jessica Clarke, Meghan Campbell,

                          Jule Mulder, Tais Penteado]

13:45-15:00      Lunch

15:00-17:00      Roundtable 3: Taking stock of the Equality Act 2010

                          [Helen Mountfield, Colm O’Cinneide, Aileen McColgan,

                          Ijeoma Omambala, Darryl Hutcheon, Sandra Fredman]

17:00-17:15      Wrap up 

                          [Sandra Fredman, Shreya Atrey]

17:15-18:15      Reception 

This event

Organised by
Society of Legal Scholars Annual Seminar

Found within

Human Rights Law