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Seminar 7

Human rights and citizenship in the ‘post-welfare’ state

7 July 2011 

Henry Thomas Room, LondonMet, 166-220 Holloway Road, London N7 8DB

Notions of citizenship in advanced welfare states increasingly emphasise conditionality,
contractual relationships, selectivity and exclusivity in relation to immigrants, asylum seekers.
and other social.‘outsiders’. What is the role of human rights in framing more inclusive and
universal notions of social citizenship in a ‘post-welfare’ state?

Chair:  Karen Bennett, Senior Research Fellow, HRSJ Research Institute

Programme:

5.15pm:  Registration

6 - 8 pm

Ruth Lister, Professor of Social Policy, Loughborough University

Tehmina Kazi, Director, British Muslims for Secular Democracy 

Lee Jerome, Secondary PGCE Programme Director, LondonMet (please note that LondonMet is one of the first UK universities formally to embed the principles of children’s rights into its PGCE programme)

Prof  Simon Hallsworth, Director, Centre for Social and Evaluation Research, LondonMet

8 - 9pm: Networking and wine reception 

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