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Conservatism and human rights - Episode 17

In the seventeenth episode of the Conservatism and human rights podcast Laura Round talks to Dr Phil Clark, a political scientist specialising in conflict and post-conflict issues in Africa from SOAS about allegations that the Ugandan People's Defence Force have committed human right atrocities in the Central African Republic and Mike Hough, Research Assistant at Bright Blue about police brutality and the conditions of prisons in Brazil.

 

 

Conservatism and human rights - Episode 16

In our sixteenth podcast in the Conservatism and human rights series, Bright Blue's Laura Round is joined by Dr Gordy of University College London and a Dutch legislator to assess Russian involvement in the Balkans and Chinese human rights violations in Tibet. Laura and her guests also discuss the challenge that French President Macron will face in confronting human rights issues in France, and his perceived ignorant attitude of such issues.

Conservatism and human rights - Episode 14

In the fourteenth episode of Bright Blue's Conservatism and human rights podcast Laura Round talks to Sanchita Hosali from the British Institute of Human Rights about the European Convention on Human Rights and human rights in health care and Dr Sara Silvestri from City University London about the first round of French elections.

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