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Irlande et Droits Humains

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Programme

 

Vendredi 18 Novembre

 

Morning

(Auditorium A3, Toulouse School of Economics)

 

8:30 :Registration

9:00 : Conference opening
His Excellency Niall Burgess, Ambassador of Ireland to France
Hugues Kenfack, President of the University of Toulouse Capitole (UT1)
Marion Fortin, Vice President in charge of International Relations (UT1)
Matthieu Poumarède, Dean of the School of Law (UT1)

 

Plenary session

9:30 : Brexit, Borders and Bodies : An Irish Perspective
Cathal McCall, Professor at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics & Researcher at the Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, Queen's University Belfast

10:30 : Coffee break

 

Panel 1 - Human Rights On Both Sides Of The Border

10:45 : Human rights in a troubled society : Northern Ireland since 1969
Brice Dickson & Liam Kennedy, Queen's University Belfast

Defining the meaning and scope of human rights in Ireland in the 1950s and 1960s
Joana Etchart, Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour

Human rights on the island of Ireland : the case for unity
Charlotte Rault, Université Toulouse Capitole

 

12:15 : Lunch
(Restaurant Franquette)

 

Afternoon

(Room MS 01 - Manufacture des Tabacs)

 

Plenary session

14:15 : Equality and Human Rights in Ireland: Contestations

Kathleen Lynch, Professor of Equality Studies, University College Dublin & Commissioner on the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission

15:15 : Coffee break

 

Panel 2 - Human rights advocacy

15:30 : Irish Palestine Solidarity : Co-opted by Human Rights ?
David Landy, Trinity College Dublin

Irish Theatre, Human Rights and Women Change-Makers
Virginie Roche-Tiengo, Université d'Artois

17:00 : In conversation with Sinéad Mc Coole
His Excellency Niall Burgess, Ambassador of Ireland to France
Karine Bigand, Aix-Marseille Université

18:00 : Performance of Sinéad Mc Coole's Play “Leaving The Ladies” (1 hour approx.)
By students of the University of Toulouse Capitole
(Library of the Manufacture des Tabacs)

20:00 : Conference dinner
(Restaurant Les Arcades, Place du Capitole)

 

Saturday 19 November

 

Morning

(Room MS 01 - Manufacture des Tabacs)

9:00 : Meeting of the GIS EIRE research network

10:30 : Coffee break

 

Panel 3 - Enforcement and violation of fundamental rights

10:45 : Human rights issues in the context of institutional abuse in Ireland: assessing progress and issues
Nathalie Sebbane, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris

Views from windowless rooms : schoolchildren's rights in the socio-legal cavities of post-independence Ireland
Mathew Staunton, Ecole des Arts Decoratifs - ENSAD - Paris

Freedom of conscience and religion and other human rights in Irish schools - between theory and practice, exemplary approaches and internal contradictions
Karin Fischer, Université d'Orléans

Prosecutions against ex-soldiers in Northern Ireland as a human rights issue
Charlotte Barcat, Université de Nantes

 

12:45 : Lunch
(Restaurant Rosa Negra)

 

Afternoon

(Room MS 03 - Manufacture des Tabacs)

 

Plenary session

14:15 : DCU : University of Sanctuary
Agnès Maillot, Dublin City University

15:15 : Coffee break

 

Panel 4 - Mediating diversity and equality in Ireland

15:30 : The Dividends of Diversity: Race and the Platforming of Young, Female Diversity Ambassadors for Ireland's Global Agenda
Dr Kelly Davidson, Institute of Art Design and Technology – Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

'New Gaels' ? Immigration, Irishness and sport in recent Irish broadcasting
Marcus Free, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick

A 'New' Ireland ? Gender and Politics in Irish Digital Spaces
Dr Mary McGill, author, journalist, broadcaster

Irish dance and identity on TikTok
Dr Eleanor O'Leary, South East Technological University, Carlow

17:30 : Conference close

 

Restaurant Franquette
Place des Tiercerettes
(43.60935759227189, 1.4389089685868244)

Restaurant Les Arcades
14 Place du Capitole
(43.60468845083706, 1.4427156685866371)

Restaurant Rosa Negra
1 Boulevard du Maréchal Leclerc
(43.60718681979965, 1.4302953244067376)

 

Inscription : https://giseire.sciencesconf.org/registration


Organisé par le groupement d'intérêt scientifique EIRE - Etudes Irlandaises Réseaux et Enjeux, Université Toulouse Capitole sous la direction de Sara Brennan (UT1), Marie-Violaine Louvet (UT2J), Bairbre Ní Chiosáin (UT1), Charlotte Rault (UT1)


Bâtiment TSE - Toulouse School of Economics
1 Esplanade de l’Université
31000 Toulouse


Manufacture des Tabacs
21 Rue de Brienne
31000 Toulouse

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