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Structure and Governance

Steering Group

The work of the Human Rights Consortium is guided by a steering group, the membership of which is as follows:

  • Professor Philip Murphy, Director, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  • Dr Damien Short, Director, Human Rights Consortium
  • Dr David Cantor, Director, Refugee Law Initiative
  • Belinda Crothers, Academic Programmes Manager, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
  • Dr Michael Kandiah, Director, Witness Seminar Programme, Centre for Contemporary British History, King's College London
  • Dr Corinne Lennox, Lecturer in Human Rights, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  • Professor Barry Smith, Director, Institute of Philosophy
  • Professor Robert McCorquodale, Director, British Institute of International and Comparative Law
  • Dr. Michele Lamb, Principal Lecturer in Human Rights, University of Roehampton

The Steering Group can be contacted at HRC@sas.ac.uk

The Human Rights Consortium is managed by Mehrunnisa Yusuf.

Advisory Board

The work of the Human Rights Consortium is supported by an advisory board, the membership of which is as follows:

  • Cherie Booth QC
  • Chandra Lekha Sriram, Professor in Law, School of Oriental and African Studies
  • Rodi Kratsa Tsagkaropoulou, EU Parliament
  • Professor Flavia Piovesan, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo
  • Geoffrey Robertson QC
  • The Rt. Hon. Lord Justice Sedley

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