The Centre for Law, Race, Gender and Sexuality adopts a critical, interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to legal scholarship which is theoretical as well as practical and grounded.
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The Centre for Law, Gender, Race and Sexuality has created conversations around many topics including trafficking, fatherhood and homophobia.
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- Samuels, H. (2010) Women, Culture and Human Rights: Feminist Interventions in Human Rights Law? In Banakar, R. (ed) Rights in Context: Law and Justice in Late Modernity, pp.317-332.
- Samuels, H. (2013) Feminist Legal Theory in R. Banakar and M. Travers, Law and Social Theory, 2nd edition, 2013m pp.
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