Human Rights in the UAE: Why Should Britain Care?
Please join the ICFUAE for an evening seminar in Parliament on "Human Rights in the UAE: Why Should Britain Care?", kindly hosted by Tom Brake MP.
Date: Tuesday, 25th April - 6.30-8pm
Venue: Room A, 1 Parliament Street
Directions: The seminar will take place in Room A (ground floor), 1 Parliament Street. The building is opposite the Palace of Westminster, on the same side of Westminster station, by the Parliamentary bookshop. See map here (letter F): https://www.parliament.uk/documents/facilities/maps/colmap.pdf
Chaired by Joyce Hakmeh, Academic Fellow at Chatham House.
- Ahmed Al-Nuaimi, Emirati activist in exile in London
- David Haigh, former managing director of Leeds United Football Club and head of the campaign Justice4Haigh
- David Wearing, PhD candidate, SOAS
- Bill Law, award-winning journalist and Gulf analyst
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