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Event Organised by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committees of the School of Law and Business School. Tuesday, 8 December 2020. 12:00 – 13:00 GMT.
Opening Remarks: Dr Titilayo Adebola, Ms Anne-Michelle Slater, Dr Qiang Cai and Mr Mark Whittington.
Moderator: Dr Eddy Wifa.
The conversation will foreground the following four questions. First, how would you envision work/life balance as a staff (or student)? Second, how does one excel as a staff (or student), while maintaining healthy relationships with family and friends? Third, what forms of support mechanisms would you recommend to maintain an effective work/life balance? Fourth, as we plan for 2021, what lessons can you share to help us prepare for the year, in particular, for work/life balance and promoting equality, diversity, and inclusion?
Thursday, 22 October 2020. 14:00 – 15:00 GMT.
Opening Remarks: Professor Greg Gordon.
Moderator: Dr Titilayo Adebola.
Centering Race in International Law
This lecture prepared to commemorate Black History Month at the University of Aberdeen in October 2020 will use examples of Scottish merchant adventurers and explorers in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to show that race has always been at the centre not only of colonial and imperial relations, but of present day international law. Written from the perspective of Third World Approaches to International Law, (TWAIL), the lecture makes the case for more scholarly inquiries to uncover the continuities and discontinuities of the role of race in international law and international relations.
Please contact Professor Greg Gordon (Head of School), Dr Titilayo Adebola (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee Lead), Dr Qiang Cai, Mr Georgi Chichkov, Dr Francesca Farrington (LGBTQ+ Ally), Dr Nevena Jevremovic, Professor Anne-Michelle Slater (Athena SWAN Lead), Mr Scott Styles or Dr Eddy Wifa, if you would like to discuss any equality, diversity, and inclusion related matters within the School of Law.
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