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Turning the personal into the legal – Alison Tarrant

Turning the personal into the legal – Alison Tarrant

Posted on 18 January 2018 by Helen Martin

Every undergraduate at a law school in the UK will be aware of the difficulties of drafting legislation in the British tradition. Statute in England and Wales aims to be […]

Beyond the statistics: South Sudanese refugees, rights and paperwork in Uganda – Nicki Kindersley

Beyond the statistics: South Sudanese refugees, rights and paperwork in Uganda – Nicki Kindersley

Posted on 13 July 2017 by Helen Martin

Cardiff’s new Law and Global Justice Centre is now home to a new project focused on South Sudanese refugee histories of accessing rights, citizenship and legal paperwork. In partnership with […]

The Struggle for LGBTI Rights in Kenya – Professor Ambreena Manji

Posted on 9 December 2015 by Helen Martin

Last week, Cardiff’s Watch Africa film festival ended with a screening of Stories of Our Lives, a film made by the Kenyan Nest Collective. I spoke after the screening to […]