Converging law, the multidimensional right to education and the inviolable spaces of learning
A series of four postings probing the international legal protection of the right to education within the converging contexts of emergencies, threats to international peace and security and armed conflict.
- 'Converging law, four points of vulnerability and the inviolable spaces of learning' Rights-Streams (January 13, 2016); Centre for Criminal Justice and Human Rights, University College Cork, Ireland (January 29, 2016).
- 'Converging law, equivocation and delimits on the supposed inviolability of spaces of learning' Parts I and II IntLawGrrls (January, 20 and 21, 2016); Rights-Streams (January 26, 2016).
- 'Knowledge and practice of rights ‘in’ and ‘through’ the inviolable spaces of learning' IntLawGrrls (May 5, 2016); Rights-Streams (May 6, 2016).
- 'Meta-engagement with international law, understated effects and engagers' Rights-Streams (September 14, 2016); IntLawGrrls (September 15, 2016).
This stream of postings has three aims: