When the state kills: The boundaries of state responsibilities and the right to life.
Dr Thomas J.W. Probert (CGHR)
Africa's digital communications revolution: Valuing new voices in African public spheres.
Part of the King's/Cambridge-Africa Seminar Series.
Dr Sharath Srinivasan (Fellow of King's College, Cambridge); Director, Centre of Governance and Human Rights (CGHR), Dr Claudia Abreu Lopes (CGHR)
Framing Peace: The case of conciliatory radio programming in Burundi and Uganda.
Dr William Tayeebwa (Makerere University, Uganda; CAPREx Fellow)
'Africa's Voices' Project Seminar
Dr Sharath Srinivasan and Dr Claudia Abreu Lopes (CGHR); Dr Dominique Chadwick (Independent Film-maker)
CGHR Practitioner Series: Richard Moncrieff, Principal Analyst for Central Africa - Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The Kenyan elections of 2013: A triumph of democracy?
Dr Nic Cheeseman (University of Oxford)
CGHR Practitioner Series: Mona Sadek - International Committee of the Red Cross
Human rights and South-South development cooperation: Reflections on the "rising powers" as international development actors.
Dr Emma Mawdsley (Department of Geography, University of Cambridge)
Reflections on the Kenyan Elections - A panel discussion.
Prof. John Lonsdale (Trinity College, Cambridge), Prof. Bruce Berman (Queen's University, Ontario; Smut Visiting Research Fellow), Njoki Wamai (PhD Student, POLIS)
International Women's Day film screening: Peace unveiled.
Weeda Mehran (CGHR, University of Cambridge)
CGHR Practitioner Series: Tom Ling, Head of Impact, Innovation and Evidence - Save the Children
Demonisation's implications for Britain-Zimbabwe diplomatic relations (1997-present).
Dr Blessing-Miles Tendi (University of Oxford)
When Authoritarianism fails in the Arab World: Understanding the recourse to the Muslim lexicon.
Dr Francois Burgat (Director of research at the CNRS, National Centre for Scientific Research)
CGHR Practitioner Series: Gino Henry, Independent consultant in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH)
Increasing citizen demand for good government in Kenya.
Kelly Zhang (Stanford University)
CGHR Practitioner Series: John Morrison, Executive Director of the Institute for Human Rights and Business
Rethinking the role of ideology in atrocities.
Jonathan Leader Maynard (University of Oxford)
Sudan: Regional impacts and strategic challenges.
H.E. Michel Raimboud (Former French Ambassador to Sudan)
CGHR Practitioner Series: Joanna Oyediran, Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa
From Suez to Sudan: UN Peacekeeping in Africa.
Dr Adekeye Adebajo (Executive Director of the Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR), Cape Town, South Africa)