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Centre for Socio-Legal Studies

The Centre for Socio-Legal Studies is an inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary research institute dedicated to the study of law in society. Founded in 1972 at Oxford University, the CSLS is known nationally and internationally for its innovative and original research and publications. It is also widely regarded for its high level training and supervision of students undertaking doctorates and other research degrees. The CSLS is a relatively autonomous institute within the Faculty of Law and has strong links to other departments and institutes in the University of Oxford and beyond.

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# Episode Title Description People Date
101 Media Law after Leveson: Opening Remarks Leading media lawyer Hugh Tomlinson of Hacked Off and INFORRM opens the Media Law after Leveson workshop at the Oxford Law Faculty on behalf of the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society. Denis Galligan, Hugh Tomlinson 17 Apr 2013
102 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Roundtable Discussion A panel discussion featuring experts at the Environment Agency and National Farmers Union to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Ronan Palmer, Paul Hammett, Bill Howard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
103 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel III A roundtable discussion featuring legal experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Donald McGillvray, Bill Howard, Sarah Hendry 25 Mar 2013
104 Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel II A panel discussion featuring strategy and policy experts to examine how environmental policymakers are responding to challenges in water resource management caused by severe weather events associated with climate change. Alice Piure, Jon Stern 25 Mar 2013
105 Creative Commons Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? Panel I Dr Karen Morrow, Swansea Law Department; Dr Bettina Lange, University of Oxford; Dr Mark Shepheard, McGill University give talks for the 1st Panel of the Economic Rights and Regulatory Regimes: Is there still a 'right' to water? conference. Karen Morrow, Mark Shepheard, Bettina Lange 25 Mar 2013
106 New Questions in Regulation: Regulatory Capture Revisited Max Watson, a former Director of the Central Bank of Ireland and senior official of the IMF, argues that the capture of regulators by the financial sector led to 'serious trespasses against the public interest in the last two decades.'. Max Watson, Chris Decker, Robert Baldwin, Karen Yeung 06 Mar 2013
107 New Questions in Regulation - Panel Discussion Max Watson, a former Director of the Central Bank of Ireland and senior official of the International Monetary Fund, heads an expert panel to assess the fallout of the financial crisis and propose new regulatory approaches to tackle the underlying causes. Max Watson, Chris Decker, Robert Baldwin, Karen Yeung 06 Mar 2013
108 Creative Commons Are Courts Representative Bodies - a Canadian Perspective Robert J. Sharpe gives a talk for the FLJS seminar series. Robert J Sharpe 26 Oct 2012
109 Are Courts Representative Bodies? Judge Jed Rakoff gives a talk for the Freedom, Law, Justice and Society seminar series. Jed Rakoff 26 Oct 2012
110 Creative Commons Data Protection and Social Networks Dr. Ian Brown (Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute) presents an analysis of the interface between Data Protection regulation and social networking. Ian Brown 11 Oct 2012
111 The Place of Britain in a Future Europe Martin Wolf of the FT, one of the world's leading economists, argues that the status quo for the eurozone is untenable, and that the crisis could trigger Britain's exit from the EU, or even the break-up of the UK itself. Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, the Financial Times 09 Oct 2012
112 Data Protection and Freedom of Expression in the Age of Web 2.0 - What should be the future shape of transnational governance regimes in this area? 3 This contribution by Jörg Polakiewicz argues that the Council's Convention on Data Protection (Convention 108) remains highly relevant as a possible standard for protecting privacy and data protection worldwide. Jörg Polakiewicz 02 Oct 2012
113 Creative Commons Data Protection and Freedom of Expression in the Age of Web 2.0 - What should be the future shape of transnational governance regimes in this area? 2 This contribution by Michael Donohue, Senior Policy Analyst at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), presents a personal perspective on this issue grounded in the OECD's canon. Michael Donohue 02 Oct 2012
114 Data Protection and Freedom of Expression in the Age of Web 2.0 - What should be the future shape of transnational governance regimes in this area? This contribution by Thomas Zerdick, Legal Officer at the European Commission's Data Protection Unit, presents the Commission's understanding of the interface between Data Protection and freedom of expression within the EU. Thomas Zerdick 02 Oct 2012
115 How practicable is it to apply Data Protection to activities involving Freedom of Expression? 4 This contribution by Anthony House, a Manager at Google leading its central public policy team in Europe the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), presents Google's position on Data Protection, the Right to be Forgotten and search engines. Anthony House 02 Oct 2012
116 How practicable is it to apply Data Protection to activities involving Freedom of Expression? 3 This contribution by Peter Hustinx, European Data Protection Supervisor and formerly President of the Dutch Data Protection Authority, presents an international perspective on the interface between Data Protection and freedom of expression. Peter Hustinx 02 Oct 2012
117 How practicable is it to apply Data Protection to activities involving Freedom of Expression? 2 Rosemary Jay explores the current interaction between freedom of expression and Data Protection in UK law and puts forward proposals for its reform within the context of the revision of the European Data Protection framework. Rosemary Jay 02 Oct 2012
118 How practicable is it to apply Data Protection to activities involving Freedom of Expression? David Smith presents an overview of some of the challenges and difficulties faced by the regulation in applying Data Protection standards and rules to freedom of expression. David Smith 02 Oct 2012
119 How is and how should Data Protection be reconciled with Freedom of Expression? Professor Bill Dutton of the Oxford Internet Institute presents some personal reflections on how Data Protection should be reconciled with freedom of expression as well commenting on some specific issues raised by Artemi Lombarte and David Erdos. William Dutton 02 Oct 2012
120 Reconciling Data Protection and Free Speech? A Comparative European Analysis Dr. David Erdos, Katzenbach Research Fellow and Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the University of Oxford's Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. David Erdos 02 Oct 2012
121 The Origins and Importance of the Right to be Forgotten Professor Artemi Rallo Lombarte, former Director of the Spanish Agency and currently Professor of Constitutional Law at Jaume I University. Artemi Rallo Lombarte 02 Oct 2012
122 Creative Commons Amnesty: A transisitonal justice mechanism? Part 2, Panel 5, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Andrew Reiter 25 Sep 2012
123 Media Research Part 2, Panel 4, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Aimable Twahirwa 25 Sep 2012
124 Creative Commons The role of the media in South Korean Truth Commissions Part 1, Panel 4, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Hun Joon Kim 25 Sep 2012
125 Creative Commons Response to panel 3 Part 3, Panel 3, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Leigh Payne 25 Sep 2012
126 Creative Commons Testimonials analysis, use and aftermath part 2 Part 2, Panel 3, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Roya Boroumand 25 Sep 2012
127 Creative Commons Testimonials analysis, use and aftermath Part 1, Panel 3, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Roya Boroumand 25 Sep 2012
128 Creative Commons Responses for Panel 2 Part 3, Panel 2, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Phil Clerk 25 Sep 2012
129 Creative Commons The methods used to research, design and implement traditional justice processes Part 2, Panel 2, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Marlon Alberto Weichert 25 Sep 2012
130 Creative Commons Political analysis of the politics of justice Part 1, Panel 2, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Irenee Bugingo 25 Sep 2012
131 Creative Commons The Ixil people and genocide Part 1, Panel 1, Day 2 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Luis Roderigo Salvapo Mijangos 25 Sep 2012
132 Creative Commons Trials mapping as impact measurement: Examples from Latin America Part 4, Panel 3, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Cath Collins 25 Sep 2012
133 Creative Commons The impact of transitional justice after serious human rights violations. transitionaljustice.com. A collaborative data collection project Part 3, Panel 3, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Kathryn Sikkink, Geoff Dancy 25 Sep 2012
134 Creative Commons Narrative interviews as a method for analysing claims to expertise and impact: The caseof the success in Brecki, Bosnia-Herzegovina Part 2, Panel 3, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Briony Jones 25 Sep 2012
135 Creative Commons Speaking of silences: gender, violence and redress Part 1, Panel 3, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Kimberly Theidon 25 Sep 2012
136 Creative Commons Anthropology, Politics, and the study of international trials Part 3, Panel 2, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Tim Kelsall 25 Sep 2012
137 Creative Commons Epistemologies from below: Trials and Tribulations of population-based research in transisiotnal societies Part 2, Panel 2, Day 1 of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Stephen Parmentier 25 Sep 2012
138 Creative Commons ICP-OTP's ways of knowing Crimes and Fighting Impunity Part 1, Panel 2: What are the ways of knowing transitional justice after serious human rights violations? Part of the of the Way of Knowing After Atrocity colloquium. Emeric Rogier 25 Sep 2012
139 Redirecting Fleet Street 5: Constitutionalising Media Power Damian Tambini, Senior Lecturer, Department of Media and Communications, LSE, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Damian Tambini 06 Jun 2012
140 Creative Commons Redirecting Fleet Street 4: What Should Press Regulation Regulate? Baroness Onora O'Neill, Crossbench member of the House of Lords and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Cambridge, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Onora O'Neill 06 Jun 2012
141 Creative Commons Redirecting Fleet Street: 3: Tweets, Beaks and Hacks: Regulation and the Law in the Age of New Media Journalism Mark Stephens CBE, media lawyer representing phone hacking victims gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Mark Stephens 06 Jun 2012
142 Redirecting Fleet Street: 2: Press Regulation: Taking Account of Media Convergence Lara Fielden, formerly BBC and Ofcom; Visiting Fellow, Reuters Institute, Oxford, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Lara Fielden 06 Jun 2012
143 Creative Commons Redirecting Fleet Street 1: The Failure of UK Press Accountability Systems Martin Moore, Director, Media Standards Trust, gives a talk for the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Martin Moore 06 Jun 2012
144 Creative Commons Redirecting Fleet Street: Introduction Professor Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford, introduces the Redirecting Fleet Street: Media Regulation and the Role of Law conference. Denis Galligan 06 Jun 2012
145 Constitutional Borrowing and other Hazards: The Islamic Republic and Transformations in Islamic Law Professor Miriam Kunkler explores how, in Iranian constitutional and in penal law, pragmatic considerations have begun to trump ideological commitments to Shii jurisprudence since the 1979 constitution,. Miriam Kunkler 25 May 2012
146 2012 Annual Lecture in Law and Society: The Strange History of the American Federal Bill of Rights: England, the United States and the Atlantic World Pauline Maier, Professor of American History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology gives the 2012 Annual Lecture in Law and Society. Introduced by Denis Galligan, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, Oxford. Pauline Maier, Denis Galligan 23 May 2012
147 Europe on the Brink? Constitutional Issues An assessment of the future constitutional implications of the the eurozone crisis for the European Union. Paul Craig 25 Apr 2012
148 Creative Commons Europe on the Brink? Economic Issues An economic assessment of the eurozone crisis by former Senior Economic Advisor to the European Commission and Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund Max Watson. Max Watson 25 Apr 2012
149 Europe on the Brink? Political Issues Graham Avery, Honorary Director-General of the European Commission, assessees the political implications of the eurozone crisis and suggests Britain may find itself relegated to a secondary role in a two-tier Europe. Graham Avery 25 Apr 2012
150 Europe on the Brink? Introduction and Historical Issues Introduction to the Europe on the Brink: Economic, Political, and Constitutional Issues Panel Discussion to inaugurate the Law, Justice and Society Research Cluster at Wolfson College, Oxford. Anne Deighton, Christina Redfield, Denis Galligan, John W Adams 25 Apr 2012
151 Abbe Sieyes, Guttenberg, and Habermas: Constitutional Revolutions in Egypt and the Arab World This discussion assesses why the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt took constitutional form, given the previous constitutional histories and discussions. And second, can the revolutionary impulse to constitutionalize political authority succeed? Nathan Brown, Denis Galligan, Mila Vorsteeg 26 Mar 2012
152 Will Constitutional Theocracy bloom after the Arab Spring? A critical analysis of Ran Hirschl's theory of 'constitutional theocracy' from the perspective of the Arab Spring. Clark Lombardi, William B Quandt 26 Mar 2012
153 The Middle East Revolution: take 2, Constitutionalism Professors Chibli Mallat and Tom Ginsburg assess the constitutional moment in the wake of democratic revolution. Chibli Mallat, Tom Ginsburg 26 Mar 2012
154 Creative Commons Keynote Speech Terry Davis, former Secretary General of the Council of Europe, gives the final keynote speech for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective conference. Terry Davis 18 Jan 2012
155 Creative Commons The International 'Responsibility to Protect' and the 'Responsibility to Rebuild'- A Dual Agenda Professor Richard Caplan, Oxford, gives a talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Richard Caplan 17 Jan 2012
156 Creative Commons From Conditionality to Disconnection-The Ambivalent Relationship between the Council of Europe and the European Union in the Field of Criminal Justice Professor Valsamis Mitsilegas, School of Law, Queen Mary, University of London gives a talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Valsamis Mitsilegas 17 Jan 2012
157 Creative Commons Hard Law, Soft Law and the Politics of Standards: Regulating Political Parties in Europe Dr Daniel Smilov, University of Sofia, gives a talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Daniel Smilov 17 Jan 2012
158 Creative Commons The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities: From Standard-Setting to Standard-Implementation Professor Rainer Hoffmann, University of Frankfurt gives a talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Rainer Hoffmann 17 Jan 2012
159 Creative Commons The Council of Europe and the death penalty: intergovernmental legitimation as enabling and constraining Dr Kundai Sithole, Oxford, gives the seventh talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Kundai Sithole 17 Jan 2012
160 Creative Commons Sixty Years of Normative Production in the Council of Europe: The Legal Nature, Elaboration, Challenges and Trends of the CoE Conventions Manuel Lezertua, Director of Legal Advice and Public International Law (Jurisconsult), Council of Europe: gives the sixth talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Manuel Lezertua 17 Jan 2012
161 Creative Commons Explaining the Momentum behind the Council of Europe's Norm Entrepreneurship Dr Gwendolyn Sasse, Oxford, gives the fifth talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Gwendolyn Sasse 17 Jan 2012
162 Creative Commons War, Law and the Cold War: Making the European Convention on Human Rights Professor Anne Deighton (Oxford) gives the fourth talk in The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Anne Deighton 17 Jan 2012
163 Creative Commons Where do norms come from? Dr Jennifer Jackson-Preece (LSE) gives the second talk for The Evolution of International Norms and Norm Entrepreneurship: The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective. Jennifer Jackson-Preece 17 Jan 2012
164 Creative Commons Norm Entrepreneurship - Theoretical and Methodological Challenges Professor Jeffrey Checkel (Simon Fraser University, Vancouver), gives the first talk in The Evolution of International Norms and 'Norm Entrepreneurship' The Council of Europe in Comparative Perspective workshop. Jeffrey Checkel 17 Jan 2012
165 Creative Commons Privacy 3.0 - A Critical Juncture or Convenient Hype? Simon Davies (Director, Privacy International) presents an overview of the key privacy risks, especially as regards the Internet, which have emerged in the Web 3.0 era. Simon Davies 25 Nov 2011
166 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: Taking Stock of the ICC: Current Issues and Future Prospects Third and final panel session of the Beyond Kampala conference. Darryl Robinson, Phil Clark, Donald Ferencz 20 Jun 2011
167 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: The State of State Practice on Aggression Second Panel session of the Beyond Kampala conference. Astrid Reisinger Coracini, Robbie Manson, Bill Wilson, Deborah Ruiz Verduzco 20 Jun 2011
168 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: What Happened in Kampala? First Panel session of the Beyond Kampala: The ICC, the Crime of Aggression, and the Future of the Court, held in St Anne's college on 13th May 2011. William Schabas, Noah Weisbord, Stefan Barriga, Jackson Maogoto 20 Jun 2011
169 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: The ICC, the Crime of Aggression, and the Future of the Court - Keynote talk Keynote by Vice President Hans-Peter Kaul, Judge of the ICC, introduced by Benjamin Ferencz, Chief Prosecutor at the Einsatzgruppen case at the Nuremberg Trials. Part of the Beyond Kampala conference held in St Anne's College on 13th May 2011. Hans-Peter Kaul 20 Jun 2011
170 The Indirect Origins of the Judicial Constitution: 2011 Annual Lecture in Law and Society In this Annual Lecture, Oxford Professor of Socio-Legal Studies Denis Galligan presents a number of illuminating constitutional snapshots from the last 300 years to explore the limits of representative democracy. Denis Galligan 20 Jun 2011
171 The Role of Courts in a Democracy: Debate A panel of leading academics, judges, and policymakers debate the growing trend towards the judicialization of politics, in which judges are increasingly implicated in settling policy disputes, especially in the context of constitutional rights. Charles Clarke, Lord Justice Jacob, Richard Bellamy, Philip Sales 18 Apr 2011
172 Impunity versus Accountability in Uruguay: The Role of 'la Ley de Caducidad' Presentation 6 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Elin Skaar 21 Feb 2011
173 Creeks of Justice: Debating Post-Atrocity Accountability in Rwanda and Uganda Presentation 3 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Phil Clark 21 Feb 2011
174 Cross-National Perspectives on Amnesties Presentation 1 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Louise Mallinder 21 Feb 2011
175 Amnesty, Consequentialism, and Deferred Judgments Presentation 5 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Leslie Vinjamuri 21 Feb 2011
176 Impunity in Latin America: National Courts and Continuing Challenges Presentation 4 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Naomi Roht Arriaza 21 Feb 2011
177 The Age of Accountability: The Rise of Individual Criminal Accountability Presentation 3 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Geoff Dancy 21 Feb 2011
178 Amnesty and the Inter-American Human Rights System Presentation 2 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Par Engstrom 21 Feb 2011
179 The Status of Domestic Amnesties in International Criminal Law Presentation 1 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Max Pensky 21 Feb 2011
180 Memory and National Reconciliation: The Amnesty Impasse in the Unfinished Brazilian Democratic Transition (in Portuguese) Presentation 4 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note: this presentation is in Portuguese. José Carlos Moreira da Silva Filho 21 Feb 2011
181 Amnesty and Recognition: The Process of Social (Dis)integration of the Brazilian Political Transition (in Portuguese) Presentation 3 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note: This presentation is in Portuguese. Roberta Caminero Baggio 21 Feb 2011
182 Reasons for the Effectiveness of the Amnesty Law in Brazil and Alternatives for Truth and Justice Regarding the Severe Human Rights Violations during the Military Dictatorship (1964-1985) (in Portuguese) Presentation 2 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note, this presentation is in Portuguese. Paulo Abrão 21 Feb 2011
183 Amnesty in Brazil: An Open Debate (in Portuguese) Presentation 1 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note, this presentation is in Portuguese. Jessie Jane Vieira de Souza 21 Feb 2011
184 Sudan in Transition? Symposium Opening remarks Opening remarks from the Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Culture and Reconciliation symposium held in Oxford in January 2011. David Anderson 04 Feb 2011
185 Human Rights in the Future of Sudan(s) Part 7 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 7 of Addressing the Past, Preparing for the Future: War Crimes, Reconciliation and Human Rights section of the symposium. Lutz Oette 04 Feb 2011
186 The Future of Sudanese Civil Society, North and South Part 6 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 6 of Addressing the Past, Preparing for the Future: War Crimes, Reconciliation and Human Rights section of the symposium. Joanna Oyediran 04 Feb 2011
187 Conflict, Corruption and Long-Term Challenges for Southern Sudan Part 5 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 5 of Addressing the Past, Preparing for the Future: War Crimes, Reconciliation and Human Rights section of the symposium. Mawan Muortat 04 Feb 2011
188 Genocide, War Crimes and the Two Sudans: Can There Be Reconciliation? Part 4 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 4 of Addressing the Past, Preparing for the Future: War Crimes, Reconciliation and Human Rights section of the symposium. Sondra Hale 04 Feb 2011
189 The Economics of Southern Sudan's Referendum: Oil, Water and Agriculture in North and South Part 3 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 3 of The Political, Social and Economic Consequences of the Referendum. Harry Verhoeven 04 Feb 2011
190 Southern Independence: Implications for Politics and Conflict in the North Part 2 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 2 of The Political, Social and Economic Consequences of the Referendum. Sharath Srinivasan 04 Feb 2011
191 The Referendum and the Future of Sudan Part 1 of the 2011 Sudan in Transition? Southern Independence, Conflict and Reconciliation Symposium. This podcast is part 1 of The Political, Social and Economic Consequences of the Referendum. Ahmed al-Shahi 04 Feb 2011
192 The History of Modern Constitutionalism This lecture establishes the ten essentials of modern constitutionalism, as first developed in the Virginia Declaration of Rights of 1776. Horst Dipple 22 Nov 2010
193 Politicizing Law, Judicializing Politics: A Realist Approach to Comparative Constitutionalism This lecture by Professor Ran Hirschl explores the strengths and weaknesses of studying comparatively the socio-political foundations of constitutions and constitutional institutions worldwide. Ran Hirschl 24 May 2010
194 West Papua symposium - Closing Plenary Phil Clark chairs the final plenary discussion from the Oxford symposium on Justice and self-determination in West Papua. Phil Clark, Muridan Widjojo, Jos Marey, Charles Foster 08 Mar 2010
195 West Papua symposium - opening plenary - Papuan History in Perspective First discussion session from the Oxford Symposium on Justice and self-determination in West Papua. Chaired by Anne Booth. Anne Booth, Pieter Drooglever, Albert Kersten 08 Mar 2010
196 West Papua symposium - opening remarks Opening remarks from the Convenor of Oxford Transitional Justice Research, Phil Clark, at the Oxford symposium on Justice and Self Determination in West Papua. Phil Clark 08 Mar 2010
197 Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in a Digital Age Professor Mayer-Schonberger discusses the concept of forgetting in relation to the 'digital age' - where nothing online is forgotten and the consequences of this to individuals and society. Viktor Mayer-Schonberger 23 Dec 2009
198 Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement Twenty Years On; discussion Second part of a Panel discussion held at Portculis House, Westminster, discussing the central strengths and achievements of the Constitutional Reform with questions and comments from the audience. David Erdos, Peter Facey, Ferdinand Mount, Tony Wright 17 Dec 2009
199 Charter 88 and the Constitutional Reform Movement Twenty Years On First part of a Panel discussion held at Portculis House, Westminster, asking what have been the central strengths and achievements of the constitutional reform movement among other questions that look back at Charter 88. David Erdos, Peter Facey, Ferdinand Mount, Tony Wright 15 Dec 2009
200 FLJS part 6: Laws in times of peace and war Aharon Barak answers a question from Guardian Legal Affairs correspondent Afua Hirsch on the difference between protecting human rights and concerns of governments in power in war. Part 6 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak, Afua Hirsch 24 Jul 2009