The Colston Four: Justifying Legitimate Violent Protest Within, and Without, the Law

January 8th, 2022|0 Comments

By James Greenwood-Reeves, University of Sussex The public statue of Edward Colston, a slave trader during the 1600s, had been the subject of controversy for decades. Its uncritical commemoration of Colston, in the heart of modern, multicultural Bristol, struck many residents [...]

Not a Good Climate for Women: Analysing the adversities of Climate Crisis on Women

January 5th, 2022|0 Comments

By Nishka Kapoor, National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, University Hyderabad A meeting of COP 26 was recently held in Glasgow, United Kingdom. The meeting focused on the ways to combat climate change and steps that must be taken [...]

Cultural Sensitivity: Doing Ethnography in a Multicultural Environment

January 3rd, 2022|0 Comments

By Alvin Hoi-Chun Hung, Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies Developing cultural sensitivity remains a challenging task for socio-legal scholars conducting research in a foreign culture. Most of us want to believe ourselves to be open-minded individuals. However, different people understand [...]

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