Swansea Workshop – 25 April 2015

Kindly hosted by

College of Law, Swansea University 

24 April 2015

10.30-11.00 Arrival

11.00-11.15 Welcome

11.15-12.30 Panel 1: Evolution of Economic and Social Rights
Chair: Claire McCann

Amanda Cahill-Ripley (Lancaster), ‘Reclaiming the Peacebuilding Agenda: Economic and Social Rights as a Framework for Building Positive Peace: a Human Security Plus Approach to Peacebuilding’

Helen Quane (Swansea), ‘Indigenous Peoples, Human Rights and Health’

12.30-13.30 Lunch

13.30-14.45 Panel 2: Economic and Social Rights and Children
Chair: Simon Hoffman

Angeliki Papantoniou (Queen Mary) ‘The need for a specific reference to Children in the EU Environmental Impact Assessment Directive to Protect Children’s Health from the Negative Effects of the Physical Environment ’

Dita Gill (London Met), ‘A promise of things to come?’

14.45-15.15 Break

15.15-16.30 Panel 3: Economic and Social Rights and Austerity

Chair: Claire Lougarre

Aoife Nolan (Nottingham), ‘Not Fit For Purpose?: Human Rights in Times of Economic Crisis’

Ben Warwick (Durham), ‘Realising (there is) a Right to Food in the UK’


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