Passionate About Human Rights? Join Nottingham’s Networking Session with Prof Todd Landman This 6 October 2022

Understand human rights on a deeper level with Nottingham Malaysia’s networking event with Prof Todd Landman this 6 October 2022. More info here.

Published 03 Oct 2022


Do you have a burning passion for social justice and human rights? Are you an avid reader on social issues and strive to make a difference in the world? Perhaps you’re one who enjoys an intellectual conversation about the state of the world.

If you answered yes, then join Nottingham Malaysia for an evening of lively conversation, eating and networking with Professor Todd Landman, a political science professor and Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Nottingham, UK. The event is to celebrate and discuss his new book, The Rights Track: Sound Evidence on Human Rights and Modern Slavery.

Using rich content from Prof Landman's The Rights Track podcast, the book explores our understanding of today’s human rights challenges. It also highlights the critical role of evidence in addressing such challenges and explores podcasting as a tool for discussing how research evidence is used to protect and promote human rights.

Interested? More information below.

When and where?

Date: 6 October 2022 (Thursday)

Time: 6pm – 8pm

Venue: University of Nottingham Teaching Centre, Chulan Tower, Kuala Lumpur

What you need to know

Professor Todd Landman is an author and human rights scholar who champions for the advancement of human rights understanding. He is Professor of Political Science, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Social Sciences, and Executive Director of the Rights Lab Research Beacon of Excellence at the University of Nottingham.

The event is open to all but registrations are required. If you’re interested in attending, fill in this form here.

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