Minorities and Rights Research Group
The Minorities and Rights Research Group (MRRG) at the City Law School, City University London, aims to provide a forum for specialised debates on minority groups and other vulnerable persons. The group derives its membership both nationally and internationally, and also across disciplines.
“Minority Rights and Nepal’s New Constitution”
A panel discussion with:
- Prof David Gellner, Professor of Social Anthropology and Fellow of All Souls, University of Oxford
- Prof Michael Hutt, Professor of Nepali and Himalayan Studies, SOAS, University of London
- Prof Peter Leyland, Emeritus Professor of Public Law, London Metropolitan University
- Ms Mandira Sharma, Senior Advocate, Nepal, and Doctoral Candidate, Human Rights Centre, University of Essex
Chair: Dr Tawhida Ahmed, Senior Lecturer in Law, The City Law School, City University London
Tuesday 2 February 2016 6-8pm AG03 College Building City University London
The event is free to attend. Please register your interest here: http://www.city.ac.uk/events/2016/february/minority-rights-and-nepals-new-constitution
Research interests include minority rights, European Union law and international human rights
Research interests include indigenous rights and public international law
Research interests include anti-discrimination and religion, and migrants in the EU
Research interests include the Israeli-Arab conflict, and public international law and human rights.
Doctoral researcher on the law of antiquities.
Research interests include law, rights and anti-Semitism.
Immigration Judge in the First-tier Tribunal Asylum and Immigration Chamber
Research interests include immigration and European Union law
- T Ahmed, ‘The Many Vulnerabilities of the Roma and the European Legal Framework’, in F Ippolito S Iglesias, Conceptualizing Vulnerability in European Law’ (Hart, Oxford, 2015)
- T Ahmed, ‘The EU’s Relationship with Minority Rights’ in E Psychogiopoulou, The EU and Cultural Diversity (Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2015)
- T Ahmed, (2013). The Treaty of Lisbon and Beyond: the Evolution of European Union Minority Protection?. European Law Review, 38(1), 30-51.
- T Ahmed, (Jan 2011). The Impact of EU Law on Minority Rights. Hart Pub Limited. ISBN: 184113872X.
- T Ahmed, (2011). Special Issue on Minority Rights in International Law .
- T Ahmed, (2011). The EU, Counter-Terrorism and the Protection of Muslims as European Minorities. International Community Law Review, 13(4), 437-459..
- T Ahmed, (2010). EU Governance and Minority Rights: Opportunities and Remaining Obstacles. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights, 17(2), 265-285.
- Barelli, M. (2012). Free, Prior and Informed Consent in the Aftermath of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Rights: Developments and Challenges Ahead. International Journal of Human Rights, 16(1), 1-24.
- Barelli, M. (2011). Shaping Indigenous Self-Determination: Promising or Unsatisfactory Solutions?. International Community Law Review, 13(4), 413-436.
- Barelli, M. (Nov 2010). The Interplay Between Global and Regional Human Rights Systems in the Construction of the Indigenous Rights Regime. Human Rights Quarterly, 32(4), 951-979. doi: 10.1353/hrq.2010.0018
- Barelli, M. (21 Oct 2009). The Role of Soft Law in the International Legal System: the case of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 58(4), 957-983.
- Hatzis, N. (01 Apr 2013). Detention of Irregular Migrants and the European Public Order. EUROPEAN LAW REVIEW, 38(2), 259-276.
- Hatzis, N. (2011). Personal Religious Beliefs in the Workplace: How Not to Define Indirect Discrimination. Modern Law Review, 74(2), 287-305.
- Malagodi, M. (forthcoming 2016). ‘Godot Has Arrived! Federal Restructuring in Nepal’. In S. Choudhry et al. (Eds.), Dealing with Territorial Cleavages in Constitutional Transitions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- Malagodi, M. (2015). ‘Ivor Jennings's Constitutional Legacy beyond the Occidental-Oriental Divide’. Journal of Law and Society, 42(1), 102-126.
- Malagodi, M. (2013). Constitutional Nationalism and Legal Exclusion: Equality, Identity Politics, and Democracy in Nepal (1990-2007). Delhi: Oxford University Press.
- Malagodi, M. (2013). ‘Protection of Religious Rights in India’. In J. Dingemans et al. (Eds.), The Protections for Religious Rights Law and Practice (pp. 177-194) Oxford: Oxford University Press .
- Masri, M., Love Suspended: Demography, Comparative Law and Palestinian Couples in the Israeli Supreme Court. Social and Legal Studies: An International Journal, 22(3), 309-334.
- Masri, M. (). The Implications of the Acquisition of a New Nationality for the Right of Return of Palestinian Refugees. Asian Journal of International Law, forthcoming
- Renz, F 'Consenting to Gender? Trans Spouses after Same-Sex Marriage' in Barker, N and Monk, D (eds) From Civil Partnership to Same-Sex Marriage 2004-2014: Interdisciplinary Reflections (Routledge, 2015); 79-94.
- Seymour, D. (2012). English Law and the Dilemmas of Assimilation. Social & Legal Studies, 21(4), 567-585.
- Wilsher, D. (27 Oct 2011). Immigration Detention: Law, History, Politics. ISBN: 1107005760.
- Wilsher, D. (2008). Liberty of foreigners: a history, law and politics of immigration detention. Wolf Legal Publishers. ISBN: 9058504115.
- Wilsher, D. (2007). Immigration Detention and the Common European Asylum Policy. Baldaccini, A., Guild, E. and Toner, H. (Ed.), Whose Freedom, Security and Justice? (pp. 395-426) Hart Pub Limited. ISBN: 1841136840.
- Wilsher, D. (2005). Detention of Asylum Seekers and Refugees and International Human Rights Law. Shah, P. (Ed.), The Challenge of Asylum to Legal Systems (pp. ) Routledge Cavendish. ISBN: 185941981X.