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Decolonisation in International Law: What Does It Mean?

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  • UserProfessor Susan Marks, LSE
  • ClockFriday 22 November 2019, 17:30-19:00
  • HouseRoom S1, ARB.

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Join us for a talk given by Professor Susan Marks on “Decolonisation in International Law”.

The talk will be followed by Q&A and drinks with the speaker.

All are welcome!


Susan Marks is a Professor of International Law at the London School of Economics. Her research covers themes such as democracy, poverty, torture, counter-terrorism and apology, exploring their character and significance as problems of international law and human rights. Her current work is concerned with exploitation and dispossession, and with some general questions to do with the prospects of systematic theory in international law. She also works with the International State Crime Initiative.

The event is organised by the Decolonise Law Student Group together with the CGHR Student Group.

This talk is part of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights Events series.

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