CRISP members’ work selected by Cambridge University Press as a research highlight for Human Rights Day 2019

Recently published research by CRISP members Dr Daragh Murray and Professor Pete Fussey on human rights law approaches to bulk monitoring of communications data by intelligence agencies was today selected by Cambridge University Press as a research highlight across its publications to celebrate Human Rights Day 2019.

Crisp Co-Director Pete Fussey to Speak at Estonian Institute of Human Rights

Other speakers to include Estonian President, former Prime Minister and Minister for Justice

CRISP co-director Professor Pete Fussey invited to speak at Estonian Institute of Human Rights annual conference to discuss the impact of technological innovation on human rights. Other confirmed event speakers include President of the Republic of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, former Prime Minister of Estonia Siim Kallas and Raivo Aeg, Minister of Justice. Event details and livestreaming here at 11:30GMT on 10/12/2019.