Helena Kennedy Centre
The Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice is a leading centre for social justice and human rights. It provides a vibrant environment at the cutting edge of legal and criminal justice practice which prepares students for excellence in their chosen professional career.
The centre is home to a range of social justice and human rights activities that include:
- research and scholarship work
- global engagement
- impact on policy
- professional training and advocacy
Its central values are those of widening access to justice and education, the promotion of human rights, ethics in legal practice, equality and a respect for human dignity in overcoming social injustice.
The law is the bedrock of a nation; it tells us who we are, what we value, who has power and who hasn't. Helena Kennedy QC
The Helena Kennedy Centre's scope of expertise covers:
- human rights
The centre works on the high profile projects in a variety of human rights and social justice areas. Research and projects concern Modern Day Slavery, gender-based violence, hate crime and many more.
Over-Exposed"Over-Exposed" creates a new model of assessment for the solar industry and its supply chains to identify exposure to state-imposed forced labour in the Uyghur Region as supply chains become increasingly opaque
Part of the Social and Economic Research Institute
Leading pioneering research in the fields of law, economics, education and more