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THE LONG HAUL: PRESSURE, PERSUASION, PATIENCE
A showing of a film inspired by the life of Professor Sir Nigel Rodley
6pm - 8pm, Monday 18th February
Doughty Street Chambers, 53-54 Doughty Street, London, WC1N 2LS
Professor Sir Nigel Rodley was a member of the Academic Panel at Doughty Street Chambers, and a founder of human rights law as we know it today. He was a lawyer, an activist, and an educator whose work had a huge impact, and was inspirational for many who now work in this field.
We were pleased to contribute towards the development of a film produced by Human Rights in the Picture: Click here for more information on the project. The hope is that the film, inspired by Sir Nigel's life and work, will stimulate and trigger debate on the future of human rights as well as the movement’s history, impact, and legal framework. It investigates strategies to protect current standards and institutions but also how to move forward and adapt to new realities.
Please join Kirsty Brimelow QC for a showing of the film on Monday 18th February; registration is at 6pm with the showing starting promptly at 6.15pm.
To book your tickets please click here.