Event

Human Rights Speaker Series: Professor Kristin Henrard 

State obligations to counter Islamophobia: Comparing fault lines in the supervisory practice of the HRC/ICCPR, the ECtHR and the AC/FCNM

  • Wed 25 Nov 20

    14:00 - 15:30

  • Online

    Zoom

  • Event speaker

    Professor Kristin Henrard

  • Event type

    Lectures, talks and seminars
    Human Rights Centre Speaker Series

  • Event organiser

    Human Rights Centre

  • Contact details

This seminar event will be hosted by the Human Rights Centre with external speaker Professor Kristin Henrard, who will be discussing the topic of state obligations to counter Islamophobia.

 

Speaker biography

Professor Kristin Henrard

Professor Kristin Henrard, in International Law at the Institute of European Studies and Vesalius College. She has more than 160 publications, a substantial part of which pertain to human rights and minorities, ranging from educational rights, linguistic rights, to the prohibition of (racial) discrimination (the various dimensions of the right to equal treatment), socio-economic and political participation and religious fundamental rights. Several of her publications elaborate on the role of international courts and their legitimacy concerns (in this respect). She continuously expands her range to multi-disciplinary papers, particularly pertaining to integration, and citizenship.

From February 2005 to May 2010 she worked on her VIDI- project which was granted by the Dutch Council for Scientific Research regarding the implications for minority protection of the Race Equality Directive. Between March 2005 and March 2010, she was member of The Young Academy of the Dutch Academy of Science.

Professor Henrard has held visiting fellowships at the Max Planck Institute on Ethnic and Religious Diversity (Göttingen, Germany); the Centre d’Etudes Ethniques des Universités Montréaloises (Québec, Canada) and the African Centre for Migration and Society (Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa). She is Senior non-resident Researcher at the European Centre on Minority Issues (Flensburg, Germany). 

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