June 23, 2011 by Ciarán
A PDF version of the schedule, with abstracts can be downloaded here.
Tuesday 28 June
12:00-14:00: Lunch and Welcome in House 27 University Square, Room 27.101
Seminar Location: Peter Froggatt Centre, Room 02.025 (Building No. 2 on this map (pdf)).
14:00-14:40: Penelope Simons, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa, Canada: International Law’s Invisible Hand and the Future of Corporate Accountability for Violations of Human Rights.
14:40-15:20: Aoife Nolan, School of Law, Durham University, United Kingdom: Human Rights Horizontality, Corporations and the Poor.
15:20-16:00: Gary Wilson, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University, United Kingdom: Narrative Reporting, Corporate Rationality and ‘Freedom in a Complex Society.’
16:20-17:00: Karen Morrow, School of Law, Swansea University, United Kingdom: The Probo Koala Incident and Corporate Responsibility.
17:00-17:40: Louis Kotze, Faculty of Law of the North-West University, South Africa: South Africa: A Gold Rush to Nowhere? Re-evaluating the Role of the Rights-based Approach in Governing South Africa’s Mining Sector (co-authored with Anél du Plessis).
19:00: Dinner for speakers.
Wednesday, 29 June.
Seminar Location: Seminar Room 1, the Institute of Governance, 53-67 University Road.
10:00-10:40: Svetlana Cicmil, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England: How dare you? Introducing Critical Pedagogy to Conceptualise the Topic of Sustainability in Executive Business Education.
11:00-11:40: David Nibert, Department of Sociology, Wittenberg University, USA: The Fire Next Time: The Coming Cost of Capitalism, Animal Oppression and Environmental Ruin.
11:40-12:20: Anna Grear, Bristol Law School, University of the West of England: Mind the Gap: Reflections on Corporations, Human Rights, the Environment and Legal Subjectivity in the Age of Globalisation.
14:00-14:40: Kirsteen Shields, School of Law, University of Dundee: Why Fairtrade is Succeeding Where International Law has Failed.
14:40-15:20: Ronnie Yearwood, SOAS, University of London: Concerning the Constrained Openness of Trade Law.
15:20-16:00: Discussion: Discussant Fiona De Londras, University College Dublin.