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    Panel: Arts, Law and Human Rights

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    Join us for a panel discussion with leading academics in response to our current exhibition Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah. 

    Panelists will explore the connections between art and human rights both broadly and specifically to Taring Padi and Indonesia, as well as issues of anti-colonial solidarity, reconfiguring the image of Captain Cook, and challenges to mainstream legal frameworks.

    Panelists include: 

    Professor Sarah Joseph, Griffith Law School 

    Dr Karen Crawley, Senior Lecturer, Griffith Law School 

    Dr Ahmad Rizky M. Umar, School of Political Science & International Studies, University of Queensland

    Chair: Dr Samid Suliman, Senior Lecturer, School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences, Griffith University



    WHEN: Tuesday 21 May, 5.30pm drinks, 6-7pm panel discussion (please note day and date – a previous announcement contained an error).

    WHERE: Queensland College of Art and Design Lecture Theatre
    Griffith University South Bank campus, 226 Grey Street, South Bank, Brisbane

    COST: FREE


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