Wednesday 28th June 2017
08:45 – 17:45
Senate House, School of Advanced Study, University of London
This conference aims to facilitate a productive exchange between scholars and activists, working within the broad interdisciplinary field of human rights, on the epistemological, methodological and ethical challenges in activist scholarship.
We invite scholars, activists and NGO practitioners to join us for a day-long discussion on the challenges facing activist scholarship from both within and outside including the relationship between knowledge production on human rights and eradication of human rights violations and the role of the scholar in bringing social change.
The opening panel will feature Professor Donatella Della Porta, Dr Aziz Choudry, Professor Nadje Al-Ali and Dr Ornette Clennon. For the conference full programme, please click here.
For practical information on travel and accommodation, please click here.
The conference is organised by the Human Rights Consortium as part of its Human Rights Researchers’ Network (HRRN) event series. The HRRN is a distinctive platform aiming to promote and facilitate research and debate on the issues concerning academics and practitioners engaging in human rights research and activism.
Date and time:
28 June 2017
08:45 – 17:45
London WC1E 7HU
Standard HRRN Member: £20
Student HRRN Member: £10
Combined ticket offer*
* Combined ticket includes both conference admission and one year HRRN membership.
Ticket prices include lunch, coffee/tea and evening reception.
A limited number of places are available so please book early to avoid disappointment.
The conference is supported by Taylor and Francis Publishers and the John Coffin Memorial Trust.