About this Event Please note: This event has been postponed to take place on 10th February 2021. The Equality Act 2010 is often criticised for
In conversation with Susan stryker and e.j. scott
The first thing I noted was that Stryker had not ascertained an exact date of the supposedly momentous incident that happened in August 1966 – ‘It was a weekend night I believe’ says Amanda, making clear he hadn’t a clue either. Stryker wants us to believe that it was a fight for human rights but as the story unfolds it clearly isn’t.
CLP – The Gendering of Constitutionalism
About this Event CLP Lecture: Speaker: Professor Ruth Rubio Marin (University of Sevilla) Abstract How would the history of constitutionalism be told and sequenced if
‘Pregnant bodies – embodied pregnancy’ held by Internationales Kolleg Morphomata
The image Industrial iron ball in black and white to represent ‘pregnant bodies’. Apt. The title Surely a contender for Worst Tautology Award? The blurb
The Queer Outside in Law – webinar held by Bristol Law School
The panel were comprised of seven legal academics, including a collaborator from the Future of Legal Gender project.
Firstly it was made clear that anyone, regardless of sexuality or gender identity, could identify as queer. Rendering the term utterly meaningless.
Oxford University’s new lgbt+ lecture series
‘Why aren’t we having an approach to the pandemic that is rooted in the right to education?’ wondered Cooper. (My guess is that most people are more concerned with getting a vaccine and keeping their jobs, but that’s just me.)
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