Specialising in Applied Human Rights and Ethical Governance

Human Rights Resources

Conference Speeches...

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Specialised Bodies and Racial Discrimination in Britain, 10 years on, paper presented at the XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology, 11-17 July 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden
Part of the Problem or Part of the Solution? Commissioned Research and the Political Creation of ‘Race’ Meaning, paper at the XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology, 11-17 July 2010, Gothenburg, Sweden
Human Rights and Equalities in Scotland, How the New Landscape Affects You, paper presented at Holyrood Conference, 8th October 2008
Simplification, Sanctuary and Scotland, Paper presented at SRC Immigration Conference, 10 October 2008, Glasgow
From Anti-racism to Human Rights, Changing Discourses, Unchanging Reality, Paper delivered to STUC Blackworkers Conference, 4/5th October, 2008, Perth
From Legislation to Reality, Paper Delivered at an International Conference on Minorities in Delhi 5-9 March 2008
Legal Case Work and Changing Equality Legislation, Keynote address at Ethnic Minority Law Centre AGM, 27 November 2008
Scottish Association for Mental Health 31 August 2011, paper presented at seminar: Mental Health and Human Rights, from Law to Practice
Coalition for Race and Equality Rights: Away Day: 9/10 September, workshop facilitated on 'Why Good Governance Makes Good Business Sense'
Developing Better Community Cohesion, learning from What works, Paper presented at Home Office Conference: 11 December 2003, London
The Future of Race in Scotland, keynote address to Cross-party Committee on Race, Scottish Parliament, 4 June 2008
National Black Leadership Network Conference 20/21 September 2011: Race Equality in Scotland, Challenges and Opportunities for Black Leaders
Leading to Learn, Learning to Lead: The importance of leadership and personal development for policing diverse Britain. Paper presented at the National Black Police Association Conference at Edinburgh 4-6 October
Presentation as Trustee of SAMH on Human Rights and Mental Health  at  'Fairness, Justice and Human Rights: Realising Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in the UK’ Conference on 21 and 22 October,  at the The Law Society, London
Paper presented to the 3rd Annual Qualitative Methods Conference: "Touch me I'm sick", 8 & 9 September 1997, UNISA, Durban
The Future of Minority Rights in the Context of Social and Global Changes. Paper presented to the Southern Asian Council for Minorities (SACM), Global Minorities Conference, 6-9 March 2008
Presentation entitled: 'Putting Race-Rights back onto the Agenda in Scotland' at the Inaugural Symposium by the Coalition for Racial Equality & Rights (CRER) on 21 March 2013 in Glasgow. The event entitled 'Race Equality in Scotland: The Next 10 Years' was held as part of the UN Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.