Our insights section provides a collection of blog posts, podcasts articles and recent webinar recordings involving Matrix members.
Join us on 13 October 2021 for an evening with acclaimed academic and author, Emma Dabiri. Emma will discuss her most recent book with Matthew Ryder QC, a senior barrister at Matrix and former Deputy Mayor of London. Dabiri’s powerful polemic, ‘What white people can do next – from allyship to coalition’, was written last year in the […]
This panel discussion addresses the recent important Supreme Court judgment in Director of Public Prosecutions v. Ziegler  UKSC 23 and its implications for protest law and the criminalisation of protest. The Supreme Court judgment makes clear that protests that are deliberately obstructive are not per se unlawful, even where their impact on others is more than minimal. […]
The ILC Articles at 20: Introduction to the Symposium by Prof. Christian Tams and Dr Federica Paddeu
The Articles on the Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts (Articles), developed by the International Law Commission (ILC), turn 20 this year. On 9 August 2001 – 45 years after the first report by Special Rapporteur Francisco García-Amador on the topic, after 5 Special Rapporteurs and 34 reports by them – the ILC adopted […]
Zoe Leventhal and Emma Foubister have contributed two case notes for the Discrimination Law Association’s Briefings. The first is on R (on the application of DMA, AHK, BK and ELN) & R (on the application of AA) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, where the High Court found that the Secretary of State’s […]
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify and Acast. This week Samantha Knights QC is joined by Masha Karp and Owen Matthews to speak about curbs on free expression, protest, political opposition and together they look at what is happening right now in Russia. Masha is a London-based freelance journalist and writer, trustee of Rights in Russia and for many years […]