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Please join us on Thursday 22 June for the keynote lecture with Professor Radha D'Souza as part of a conference, 'Law’s role in sustainable globalization: crises, tragedy & transformative possibilities'. Radha D'Souza teaches law at the University of Westminster, London. She is a social justice activist, a writer, critic and commentator. She is author of What's Wrong with Rights? (Pluto, 2018) and Interstate Disputes Over Krishna Waters (Orient Longman, 2006) and works with the Campaign Against Criminalising Communities (CAMPACC) in the UK.
Event details of Impossible Dreams? Law and Globalisation as it Approaches a Centenary
22 June 2023
09:30 -10:45

Radha D'Souza B.A (Philosophy, University of Mumbai), LLB (University of Mumbai) and PhD (Geography and Law, University of Auckland). Radha practiced as a barrister in the High Court of Bombay and taught at the Universities of Auckland and Waikato in New Zealand before joining the University of Westminster. Radha is a writer, critic and commentator on Third World issues and a social justice activist. She is currently Senior Research Fellow at the Leuphana Institute of Advanced Studies in Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany.