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Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Independent Review of the Human Rights Act: Cambridge and Oxford Webinar, 1 June 2021” – below is their description.
The Independent Human Rights Act Review (IHRAR) (https://www.gov.uk/guidance/independent-human-rights-act-review) was launched in December 2020 to examine the framework of the Human Rights Act 1998 (HRA), how it is operating in practice and whether any change is required. The Review is being conducted by a Panel of eight members, chaired by Sir Peter Gross, a former judge of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. Following the close of IHRAR’s call for evidence, members of the IHRAR Panel are participating in a series of public events hosted by universities across the United Kingdom. They aim to engage and hear views from a wide range of interested parties to help inform their deliberations.
As part of this series, the University of Cambridge and the University of Oxford jointly hosted an online event on Wednesday 2 June from 2.30 to 4.30 pm.
The event will be of interest to experts in the field, as well as those with an interest in human rights and their application in the UK and its legal jurisdictions. For each part of the discussion, participants had the opportunity to submit comments and questions when registering. The event was divided into three main parts. It begins with academics from the two Universities offering opening reflections on how the HRA has operated since its entry into force in 2000 and its relationship to common law rights; Panel members were invited to respond to those opening comments. There were then two periods of discussion, focussing respectively on the two overarching issues identified in the Panel’s terms of reference, namely (i) the relationship between domestic courts and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and (ii) the HRA’s impact on the relationship between the judiciary, the executive and the legislature. In each of those two sessions, academics offered opening remarks reflecting on the relevant theme, after which questions submitted in advance were addressed by both Panel members and academics.
For more information see: https://www.cpl.law.cam.ac.uk/press/events/2021/06/independent-review-human-rights-act-webinarCambridge Law Faculty YouTube Channel
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