The Gendered Human Rights Syllabus? Uncovering Legal Academics’ Views on Reproductive Rights in Legal Education

In this post covering work that would have been presented at our 2020 conference in April,  Dr Lynsey Mitchell from [...]

‘All for one and one for all’: building communities of learning through staff learning and teaching scholarship circles

This third blogpost in our series of ALT Conference 2020 contributions comes from a team of people at the University [...]

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Building Community Through Innovative Approaches to Experiential Learning: The Case of the Rights Resource Network SA

I am not sure how everyone else is feeling but to us it feels very sad and strange to not [...]