Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation 2018
Join us for four days with leading international scholars and students discussing Health and the Law and the Rights of the Child.
The Bergen Exchanges on Law & Social Transformation is a week of public seminars, project workshops and social events – and a PhD course on Effects of Lawfare. We invite academics, students and practitioners from all over the world to discuss different aspects of the potential of law as an instrument for social change. This year, the overall focus is on Health and the Law and the Rights of the Child. As part of the Bergen Exchanges, we invite a leading international scholar to give the Annual Lecture on Law & Social Transformation.
“From human rights to local justice & the quiet power of indicators“ by Sally Engle Merry, Silver Professor of Anthropology, New York University College of Arts and Sciences
HEALTH & the LAW
Keynote Address: “Human Rights and Fair Priorities in Health” by Norman Daniels, Harvard University, USA
RIGHTS of the CHILD
Keynote Address: “Participation for Unaccompanied Children” by Helen Stalford, University of Liverpool, UK
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Open to the public.