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External Borders, Internal Politics: What do Democracies owe Refugees? Listen to the newest podcast with Lord Smith of Finsbury.

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Climate Change and Human Rights

What a brilliant talk and workshop we've had on climate change & human rights in early May! Find out more & watch the short film.

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Practitioner Series 2018

Read our student's write-ups about the past events with Alix Dunn, Andrea Coomber and Sharath Srinivasan.

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Book launch with Nanjala Nyabola

Nov 18, 2018

Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics - How the Internet Era is Transforming Kenya, 24th October 2018 Read two write-ups from two of our Student Group members & listen to the audio recording!

Welcome Dr Duncan Omanga - British Academy Visiting Fellow

Sep 03, 2018

We are delighted to welcome visiting researcher Dr Duncan Omanga to CGHR! Dr Omanga will be visiting until the end of February working on his research project ‘Appointment with God’; Facebook, State-Surveillance and Extra Judicial Killings of Criminal Gangs in Eastlands Nairobi.

Let's talk: Climate Change and Human Rights

Jul 23, 2018

As climate change has been reported to impact the rights of people all around the world, experts such as LSE’s Professor Stephen Humphreys suggest that a human rights approach could bring justice to those impacted. However, here is no clear consensus on how to do so. In order to further our understanding of how to merge these two fields, the Centre of Governance and Human Rights (CGHR) brought together students and staff from across the university in order to share ideas and perspectives through panel discussions and workshops.

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The human rights podcast run out of CGHR here at the University of Cambridge.