|14 Feb 2012||2:00pm - 6:00pm||Beves Room, King's College, University of Cambridge|
Humanitas Visiting Professor in Women's Rights 2012 symposium
The Humanitas Chair in Women's Rights has been made possible by the generous support of Mrs Carol Saper.
Baroness Helena Kennedy, leading barrister and an expert in human rights law, civil liberties and constitutional issues, will give a series of three public lectures and a concluding symposium on The Illusion of Inclusion: Women and the Law.
- Baroness Onora O'Neill
- Professor Sarah Franklin (Department of Sociology, Cambridge)
- Professor Henrietta Moore (Social Anthropology, Cambridge)
- Professor Sir BA Hepple (Emeritus Professor of Law; Emeritus Master of Clare College, Cambridge)
Chaired by Dr Jude Browne (Director, Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies)
Further events in the series:
About Helena Kennedy
Helena Kennedy is a leading barrister and an expert in human rights law, civil liberties and constitutional issues. She is a member of the House of Lords and chair of Justice, the British arm of the International Commission of Jurists. She is a bencher of Gray’s Inn and Principal of Mansfield College, Oxford. She has been the chair of Charter 88, the Human Genetics Commission and the British Council. She also chaired the Power Inquiry, which reported on the state of British democracy. She has received honours for her work on human rights from the governments of France and Italy and has been awarded more than thirty honorary doctorates. She is currently acting in cases connected to terrorism.