Resilience webinar: Law, Crisis, Social Resilience
Social resilience and the practice of law and human rights will be the theme for this webinar. Scholars in Law, Sociology of Law and Human Rights’ Studies will present research on how resilience is translated into the legal discipline and acted upon in questions of climate change, migration, pandemics and human rights. Welcome to join the discussions!
Senior Lecturer, Researcher and Coordinator for the Migration Law Research Network, Faculty of Law, Lund university.
Speaking on: Inherent Instability or Tipping of the Balance: Populism, Immigration and Legal Resilience in Europe.
Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for International Affairs, Hamburg University.
Speaking on: Translating Resilience into the Legal Discipline at national, comparative and international levels.
Legal Anthropologist and Senior Lecturer in Human Rights Studies, Lund university.
Speaking on: The Resilience of Human Rights in a World of Ongoing Crisis.
Carlo Nicoli Aldini
Doctoral Student at the Department of Sociology of Law, Lund university.
This is a Hybrid seminar
Welcome to Room Sh 208 at the School of Social Work, or join by Zoom.
Access the webinar through link provided at https://scsc.blogg.lu.se/webinar-20226-law-crisis-social-resilience/
Send an e-mail to Teres [dot] hjarpe [at] soch [dot] lu [dot] se (subject: Webinar%20on%20Law%2C%20Crisis%2C%20Social%20Resilience)