Monthly Archives: May 2014

May 17 2014

Revenge porn: human rights online

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Lily Kendall is an MSc Human Rights student at LSE and an Editor on the LSE Human Rights blog. Her current academic interests centre around hate speech, women’s rights on the internet, and pornography. She also writes for the F-Word and … Continue reading

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May 14 2014

The disappeared: how to read the writing on the city?

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Dan James is a PhD Candidate in LSE’s Department of Sociology, and the Centre for the Study of Human Rights. Dan’s research interests include transitional justice, Holocaust studies and cultural landscapes of memory. His current research focuses on the representation … Continue reading

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May 13 2014

Blogging human rights

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Welcome to the LSE Human Rights blog, run by students at LSE’s Centre for the Study of Human Rights. The aim of this blog is to create a space for critical engagement with the idea of human rights, for studying … Continue reading

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