The OxHRH is pleased to host a series of events this term, looking at issues of conflict and national security.
- On 13 May, Ivan Koedjikov, Counter-Terrorism Coordinator at the Council of Europe, spoke about human rights challenges in countering terrorism.
- On 5 June, Professor Fiona de Londras will give a talk at the Oxford Law Faculty on EU rights and counter-terrorism.
- On 9 June, Dr David Scharia, Coordinator of the UN Counter-Terrorism Committee, will present on whether courts can review national security.
In conjunction with this exciting line-up, the OxHRH is offering one lucky winner a copy of Glenn Greenwald’s explosive new publication, “No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA and the Surveillance State.” “No Place to Hide” is the inside story of one of the greatest national security leaks in US history – one which revealed the shocking extent of international government surveillance, including that of the NSA’s closest partner, the UK’s GCHQ, and sparked a global debate on privacy.
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