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University of Reading Law PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Seven SeNSS ESRC-Funded Supervisor-led Studentships Available
SeNSS is offering 7 funded studentships for the 2019-20 academic year. Research Project SeNSS Pathway SeNSS University. Parental mindfulness.
  Clergy Discipline in the Church of England: Knowledge, Understanding and Attitudes among the Clergy and Laity.
  Dr C L Smith
Applications accepted all year round
Clergy discipline is a topic of perennial, if somewhat squeamish, interest in the Church of England.
  Land Justice and Human Rights: using international and regional human rights mechanisms to protect land and land users.
  Prof R Freedman
Applications accepted all year round
Traditionally, issues relating to land have fallen outside of the international human rights matrix.
  Law enforcement and dispute resolution following pregnancy and maternity discrimination at work in the UK: experiences of pregnant workers and new mothers
  Prof G James
Applications accepted all year round
It is estimated that 77% of working mothers in the UK have a negative or possibly discriminatory experience during pregnancy, maternity or when returning to work and that annually as many as 54,000 mothers feel forced to leave their jobs as a result of such behaviour (EHRC/BIS, 2016).
  Patient autonomy in medical decision-making: fetish, fiction, fact or futile?
  Dr T Callus
Applications accepted all year round
Empowering patient choice is at the heart of health policy in England and Wales. Over recent years, the partnership between doctor and patient has evolved to place the patient’s views at the centre of treatment decision-making by reference to individual rights, and notably the concept of autonomy.
  Protection and agency of vulnerable and marginalised persons in disaster prevention and management: A human rights based approach.
  Dr M Aronsson-Storrier
Applications accepted all year round
It is widely acknowledged that disasters, such as devastating earthquakes, cyclones or tsunamis, disproportionality affect the already marginalised, and create negative cycles of marginalisation and poverty, as well as that such disasters are not the result of natural hazards, but rather of hazards in combination with human-made vulnerabilities (eg Wisner et al 2004; Kelman et al 2016).
  The establishment of the UK Trade Remedies Authority: legal challenges at the intersection of domestic and international law.
  Dr A Thies
Applications accepted all year round
Leaving the European Union the UK will again become fully responsible for the development of its foreign trade law and policy – an area for which the EU currently holds exclusive competence.
  The theory and practice of the proportionality test in human rights law
  Dr D Kyritsis
Applications accepted all year round
Proportionality has become the global currency in human rights law. Yet, most of the discourse on the use of the proportionality test is devoted to technical legal formulae.
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