Events

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 most of our events for podcasts or video, which are published shortly after for anybody who couldn't attend live.

Our virtual events are open and accessible to all. This page will be updated regularly with sign-up information. 

View our upcoming events

HCRI Research Seminar: Human Shields and the Struggle for Self-Determination in Gaza

15:00 - 17:00 15 April 2021

From Syrian civilians locked in iron cages to veterans joining peaceful indigenous water protectors at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, from Sri Lanka to Iraq and from Yemen to the United States, human beings have been used as shields for protection, coercion, or deterrence. Over the past decade, human shields have also appeared with incre..

HCRI Research Seminar: Humanitarianism and Inequalities

15:00 - 17:00 22 April 2021

Professor Silke Roth (University of Southampton) will be addressing humanitarianism and inequality from an intersectional perspective including gender, nationality and class, address linguistic inequalities and digital inequality. Full details and exact agenda coming soon.

Humanitarianism and Human Rights: Book Launch and Roundtable

15:00 - 17:00 29 April 2021

The book, edited by Michael N Barnett, explores the fluctuating relationship between human rights and humanitarianism. For most of their lives, human rights and humanitarianism have been distant cousins. Humanitarianism focused on situations in faraway places dealing with large-scale loss of life that demanded urgent attention whilst human rig..

Webinar: Recovering from Covid-19

17:00 - 18:00 29 April 2021

n April 2020, at the height of the first wave of COVID-19 across Europe, academics at Alliance Manchester Business School and the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute at The University of Manchester launched The Manchester Briefing, a UK funded research project influencing global and local recovery and renewal strategies. A year on fro..

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