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CeCIL Guest Lecturer by Dr Michael Addo

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Posted on 18th January 2013 by Daniel Lee

The first Kent Centre for Critical International Law (CeCIL) guest lecture of the term will take place on Tuesday 22 January at 6pm in Eliot Lecture Theatre 2 and will be given by Dr Michael Addo. Dr Addo is Senior Lecturer at Exeter University and also a member of the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights. The title of his talk is 'The Uniqueness of the United Nations Framework and Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights as a Corporate Governance Regime'.

The Centre for Critical International Law promotes research, conferences and publications in the field of International Law both on the Canterbury and the Brussels campus. CeCIL is one of a number of Research Centres and discussion groups within the Law School, with the School a thriving centre of theoretically informed, critical, and socio-legal world-class research.

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Last Updated: 18/01/2013