Ruvi wrote a blog-post re the ‘Human Rights Act and Seekers of International Protection’ for the Human Rights in Action Project, with an aim of making a joint submission to the Independent HRA Review (expected to report in July 2021).
Dr Ruvi Ziegler gave a lecture on 10th February @ 6:30pm as part of the ‘Reflections on the future of Europe’ entitled: ‘Who decides my right to vote?’.
The full lecture is available here.
Professor Miri Rubin, Rabbi Baroness Neuberger DBE, Dr Ruvi Ziegler and Simon Albert discuss triple loyalties in Brexit Britain – British, Jewish and European.
The online discussion takes place on February 3rd @ 7:30pm and is free to join; see here for details.
The seminar takes place on 2nd February 2021 at 5pm and features Dr Ruvi Ziegler and Prof Alina Tryfonidou in conversation with S Chelvan (@S_Chelvan) and Ailbhe Smyth (@ailbhes) as part of LGBT+ history month.
Please see here for further details and how to join in the discussion.
Read the full interview here.
Dr Ruvi Ziegler speaks to Roger Casale of New Europeans on Brexit, European identity and universities.
Dr Ruvi Ziegler (University of Reading School of Law) will be speaking about the principle of nonrefoulement in the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights at a Goldsmiths Law and the ‘Knowing Our Rights’ project online conference on 4th November, celebrating 70 years of the European Convention of Human Rights. The conference features a wide range of human rights scholars, NGO experts and politicians, who will come together to consider the past, present and future of the Convention.
Members of the School of Law were out in force at the 2020 Society of Legal Scholars’ Annual Conference, which was hosted by the University of Exeter, and took place virtually in September. The work presented by our colleagues reflect the wide variety of impactful and important research that is being undertaken across the School.
Dr Charlotte Smith gave the key note speech for the Legal History subject section. Her paper was entitled ‘Legal Biography and Religion: Some Reflections’.
Professor Paul Almond presented a paper entitled ‘Smoked Kippers and Red Herrings: ‘Euromyths’ and the UK Regulatory Environment’.
Dr Rachel Horton presented her research on ‘Assisted Dying and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.’
Dr Ruvi Ziegler was the co-convenor for the Migration & Asylum subject section, and he gave a paper on the ‘Political rights of aliens’ in the Civil Liberties & Human Rights subject section.
Professor Gerard McMeel QC gave the keynote speech at the Contract, Commercial and Consumer Law subject section. His paper was entitled ‘An English Commercial Code’, and is based on his project to restate the key principles of English commercial law.
Finally, Dr Peter Coe, who is taking over the Convenorship of the Media & Communications Law subject section from this year, gave a paper in that stream entitled ‘The Internet, social media, citizen journalism and increased access to the public sphere: a new reality for free speech or just an illusion?’
Ruvi was interviewed on CBC radio’s ‘As It Happens’ programme about the new changes to Austrian law enabling applications for restoration of citizenship from victims of national socialism and their descendants.
The interview is available (by clicking on ‘listen to the full episode’) between minutes 26:20-33:20.