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In the latest episode of the Louder than Words Podcast, Professor Jules Pretty journalist Martha Dixon look at surveillance and the impact on our modern lives. Academics from the University of Essex explain how they are contributing to the debate; helping people understand their rights and also trying to work alongside innovators to explain the implications of their technology.
Professor Jules Pretty
21 October 2021
Taking Riace – and Domenico Lucano's sentence - seriously
Dr Anna Sergi
15 October 2021
A new collection of essays, co-published by our Human Rights Centre, focuses on the recognition of social rights as Chile designs a new constitution. Stephen Matthews, from our Communications Team, caught up with co-editor Dr Koldo Casla.
27 September 2021
Cris (LLB Law, 1983) has over thirty years’ experience fighting for victims of domestic abuse, forced marriage, honour-based violence and female genital mutilation. In 2021, she was named Legal Aid Family Lawyer of the Year. Stephen Matthews caught up with her to find out more.
31 August 2021
Afghanistan: progress on women’s rights has been hard fought – now everything is at risk under the Taliban
Dr Sahar Maranlou
20 August 2021
Relationship between big tech and policing is shielded behind commercial confidentiality
Dr Katerina Hadjimatheou
04 August 2021
13 July 2021
In our second episode Professor Jules Pretty and journalist Martha Dixon, take you on a journey to discover why we need to learn from our past in uncovering the global impact of migration on our people and our land. Our speakers have direct experience of migration and the impact it has had on their lives. We discuss why this is such an important issue and why we need to learn from the past to look forward.
12 May 2021
Police mistrust keeps hitting unequal societies but there are ways to restore confidence
Dr Carlos Solar
Myanmar: could defecting security forces bring down the military regime?
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
15 April 2021