Saturday, 11 March 2017

"Going to Strasbourg" podcast

I am pleased to make available a podcast from the Going to Strasbourg oral history project. 

Here are some details about the podcast:
Why have some gay people in the UK decided to go to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg to complain about discrimination against them? What was their experience of going to Strasbourg, and what was the result? 
In this podcast, Paul Johnson talks to Kevin Bazeley, Andrew Courten, Richard Desmond, Jeffrey Dudgeon MBE, Duncan Lustig-Prean, Will Parry, Emma Riley, Mary Simpson and Euan Sutherland about their experiences of going to Strasbourg. He also hears from academics Loveday Hodson and Robert Wintemute, as well as the human rights lawyer, William Nash.
The podcast can be found here: https://goingtostrasbourg.com/podcast/

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