Building a Human Rights Career
London Careers Day 2018
Saturday 10th November 2018
12pm – 5.30pm
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre
Kings College London Strand Campus
The 2018 London Careers Day is kindly supported by King’s College London
To see the full programme for our London Careers Day please click here
If you are interested in developing a career in human rights law then come to the HRLA Careers Day in London. The day will feature panel discussions and breakout sessions with barristers, solicitors campaigners, NGO lawyers, and academics. The day will also include a networking session to provide a chance to meet practitioners and speakers.
Speakers on the day will include:
- Karon Monaghan QC, Barrister, Matrix Chambers
- Corey Stoughton, Acting Director, Liberty
- Kamran Mallick, CEO, Disability Rights UK
- Martin Barnes, CEO, LawWorks
- Joanna Whiteman, Co-Director, Equal Rights Trust
- Paul Dillane, Executive Director, Kaleidoscope Trust
Details for registration
This event is free however places are limited, to reserve your place please purchase a general admission ticket and please select which break out sessions you would like to attend:
11.30- 12.15: Registration
12.15 – 12.30: Welcome
12.30 – 13.25: Opening Plenary Session
13.30 – 14.20: Breakout Session 1 (You will only be able to attend one of each breakout session)
Using the law to advance equal rights at the local, national or international level
Find out more about careers specific to promoting equality and tackling discrimination.
The Hot Seat
Put practitioners in the “hot seat” and ask them any question you want about what they do, why they do it and how you can do it too.
14.20 – 14.40: BREAK
14.40 – 15.30: Breakout Session 2 (You will only be able to attend one of each breakout session)
Migrants’ Rights in the UK
Find out more about careers focused on protecting the human rights of migrants and refugees.
Forging a Sustainable Human Rights Career
Learn about financial assistance to pursue a career in the human rights sector and reflect on the synergies and partnerships between different professions.
15.30 – 16.15 : Networking & Afternoon Tea
16.15 – 17.15 : Closing Plenary Session
17.15 – 17.30: Closing Remarks
We are extremely grateful to Kings College London for hosting this event