The Critical Research Seminar Series

Critical Research Seminars: Providing a forum for debate, discussion and policy interventions

The Critical Research Seminar Series was established in 2011. The seminars are free events and are designed to provide a platform for academics, activists, students, practitioners, policy makers and members of the public to engage in critical debate and discussion around a range of issues concerning social justice and human rights. The first seminar took place in October 2011 and was delivered by Robert King, one of the Angola 3, who, after a wrongful conviction, spent 29 years in solitary confinement in the US prison system before he was released. Since 2011, a range of speakers, have contributed to the seminar series.

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2024 Annual Public Lecture

2023 to 2024 Seminar Series

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2016 to 2017 Seminar Series

2015 to 2016 Seminar Series

2014 International Conference

2013 to 2014 Seminar Series

2012 to 2013 Seminar Series

2011 to 2012 Seminar Series

2011 - Launch of the Critical Research Seminar