5/6th MARCH 2015
This symposium aims to interrogate the changing dynamics of sexual politics by asking: how do law and legal processes translate into lived experience in different socio-economic, political and legal contexts?
The symposium aims to critically assess the scope and limitations of the current ‘turn to law’ in the context of sexuality and gender, by bringing together legal practitioners, activists and scholars from around the world to explore different legal pathways and their role in reducing economic and social exclusion. Read more
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You can follow participants' discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #SexSocJustice
We have put together the Symposium with the hope it is an opportunity to see whether efforts to change the law are actually making the material difference to peoples' lives that is so desperately needed. #Read and comment on Beth Mills' blog post on how the event was jointly constructed by the participants