HCRI engage with students, researchers, practitioners, government and policy makers through our talks, seminars, workshops and conferences.

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Our events take place throughout the year and are open to students, staff and the general public from the UK and abroad. 

We also record our events for podcasts, which are published shortly after for anybody who wasn't able to attend.

We're excited to be launching our online events series for Semester 1!

From our Landmark Lecture on travelling wounds to our end of term lecture with Remembering Srebenica on genocide denial, and everything in between, our virtual events are accessible and open to all. 

You can find out more detail about our upcoming events here, and keep a lookout for sign-up coming soon.

View our upcoming events

HCRI and UK-MED: A partnership to tackle growing humanitarian need

18:00 - 19:00 10 November 2020

Today, more people are in need of humanitarian assistance than ever before. An increasing number of disease outbreaks, natural disasters and conflict is placing additional strain on already overwhelmed health services globally. Against this backdrop, collaboration between academic and operational partners has never been more vital. Join us as..

Research Seminar: Putin's Human Rights

15:00 - 17:00 12 November 2020

Join Sergei Nikitin (former Director of the Amnesty International representative office in Russia) and chair Dr Luke Kelly (HCRI) for a virtual seminar covering difficulties faced by human rights defenders in Russia (police harassment, the threat of the Amnesty International Russia office closure, the foreign agents list, the undesirable organ..

Research Seminar: Creative Engagement

15:00 - 17:00 26 November 2020

Join Professor Jenny Edkins (University of Manchester) and chair Dr Nat O'Grady (HCRI) for a virtual research seminar on creative engagement in response to disaster and atrocity. The seminar will discuss the possibilities of life-writing, poetry, textiles, installations and other forms of creative engagement that might be thought of as more..

End of term Lecture: Historical Revisionism and Genocide Denial

15:00 - 17:00 10 December 2020

EXACT DETAILS TO BE CONFIRMED. Join Remembering Srebrenica, a charity memorialising the Bosnian genocide in 1995, along with a survivor from the genocide and a leading academic in genocide studies (tbc) for a discussion around how society remembers and rewrites these shocking events, and the act of denialism today. Sign-up will open soon:..

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