2019 Stockholm Conference

Stockholm University
June 17-18, 2018



The Center on Berkeley Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law, hosted by the Department of Law, Juridicum, at the Stockholm University, will hold its 2019 meeting in Stockholm, Sweden, on 17–18 June 2019.

Proposals are now being sought for workshop presentations. Papers on any topic relevant to equality and anti-discrimination law are welcome, and the committee proposes the following themes:

  • Global Sexual Harassment
  • Disability Rights
  • Twenty-five years with the Paris principles and National Human Rights Institutions

We anticipate inviting up to 60 scholars, lawyers and policy-makers to join us for two days of workshops, presentations and discussions.


Lama Abu-Odeh, Georgetown Law
Shreya Atrey, University of Briston
David Badillo, Lehman College CUNY
Kadriye Bakirci, Hacettepe University
Robin Banks, University of Tasmania
Maria Caterina La Barbera, Nebrija University
Marzia Barbera, University of Brescia
Kim Barker, University Stirling
Catherine Barnard, Trinity College, Cambridge University
Kristen Barnes, University of Akron
Uladzislau Belavusau, University of Amsterdam
Mark Bell, Trinity College, University of Dublin
Wang Bin, Shanghai, China (Jiao Tong University, 2016)
Alysia Blackham, University of Melbourne and Dominique Allen, Monash University
Ofra Bloch, Yale University
Stephanie Bornstein, University Florida Levin College of Law
Emmanuelle Bribosia, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Anna Bruce, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights, Lund University
Marie Mercat Bruns, SciencesPo Law School
Susanne Burri, University of Utrecht
Jaime Cabeza, University of Vigo
Mia Caielli, University Torino
Laura Cardenas, DLA Piper (Canada) LLP
Laura Carlson (Stockholm University)
Debbie Collier, University of Capetown
David Gutierrez Colominas, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB)
Aimee Cooper, Victoria Legal Aid
Ana Maria Corrêa, Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
Theresia Degener, Protestant University of Applied Sciences
Peter Dunne, University of Bristol
Liam Elphick, University Western Australia
Petra Foubert, University of Hasselt
Beth Gaze, University of Melbourne
Lilit Grigoryan, University of Kassel
Luciana Guaglianone, University of Brescia
Aaron Halegua, NYU Law School
James Hand, Portsmouth Law School
Barbara Havelkova, University of Oxford
Kristin Henrard, Erasmus University Rotterdam
María José Gómez-Millán Herencia, University Pablo de Olavide
Constanza Hermanin, College of Europe
Rachel Horton, University of Reading
Yun-hao Hsin, Taiwan Labor Bureau
Laverne Jacobs, University of Windsor
Olga Jurasz, Open University
Panos Kapotas, Portsmouth Law School
Nehmat Kaur, NGO Lawyers' Collective
Suzanne Kim, Rutgers University Law School
Dimitry Kochenov, University of Gröningen
Anton Kok, University Pretoria
Paul Lappalainen, University of Stockholm
Holning Lau, University North Carolina Law School
Kelley Loper, University of Hong Kong
Therese MacDermott, Macquarie Law School
Alberto Coddou McManus, Diego Portales University
Shivangi Misra, Queens University
Jane Norton, University of Auckland
Ann Numhauser-Henning, University of Lund
Joelle Nwabueze, Enugu State University of Science and Technology
Karen O’Connell, University of Technology Sydney
Alvaro Oliveira, EU Commission
Petra Herzfeld Olsson, Stockholm University
David Oppenheimer (University of California, Berkeley Law)
Adriana Orifici, Monash Business School
Puja Kapal Paryani, University of Hong Kong
Fernanda de Paula, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)
Tom Pegram, University College London
Susanna Pozzolo, University of Brescia
Charlotte Proudman, Queens' College, University of Cambridge
Gerard Quinn, Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights, Lund University
Simon Rice, University of Sydney
Sophie Robin-Olivier, Ecole de droit de la Sorbonne
Russell Robinson, University of California, Berkeley Law
Isabelle Rorive, Université libre de Bruxelles
Maria Belén Cardona Rubert, University of Valencia
Juan Carlos Benito Sánchez, UC Louvain
Isabel Jarmillo Sierra, Universidad de los Andes
Anna Sledzinska, University of Wroclaw
Hubert Smekal, Masaryk University
Belinda Smith, University of Sydney
Brian Soucek, UC Davis
Dorothea Staes, EU Commission
Alice Taylor, Australian National University
Laís Santana da Rocha Salvetti Teixeira, Universidade Nove de Julho
Kyriaki Topidi, University of Lucerne
Eugenia Caracciolo di Torella, University of Leicester
Lucy Vickers, Oxford Brookes University
Lisa Waddington, Maastricht University
Michelle Weldon-Johns, Abertay University
Felix Welti, University of Kassel
Raphaële Xenidis, EUI/Utrecht University

Logistical Information

Conference location: The conference will be held at Stockholm University. There is a direct subway line from the central station to the university (red line/Mörby center, stops centralen to universitet, about 15 minutes). Subway tickets will be provided at the hotel before going to the university.

Stockholm University Department of Law is located on the outskirts of Stockholm City in the Royal National City Part on the island of Djurgård (www.su.se/english/about/campus).

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