October 11 Tuesday

PSRJ/LSRJ Lecture Series -- Louise Melling

12:10PM to 1:30PM

Room 121

Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director and Director of the Center for Liberty at the ACLU, will explore the different way in which the public has viewed refusals to serve LGBT people for reasons of faith versus refusals to serve women seeking reproductive health services motivated by religious beliefs.

October 11 Tuesday

Photography as Agency

7:00PM to 8:00PM

Room 110

Join the Visual Law Project for a talk with Pete Brook on his work with photographs by prisoners, photographs by guards, and the role of authorship and intention. Pete will be in conversation with World Fellow Mari Bastashevski about the agency of image outside of the normative practice of photojournalism.

Pete is a journalist, and curator whose work represents an impressive catalogue and history of prison photography.
https://prisonphotography.org/pete-brook/

October 12 Wednesday

Documenting Human Rights Violations: Lessons from WITNESS, Human Rights Watch, and Amnesty International

12:10PM to 1:00PM

SLB 128

This lecture will provide an overview of how three human rights organizations use video—Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and WITNESS. The talk will emphasize video advocacy for legal audiences, providing examples from screenings in front of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and the UN Commission of Inquiry.

Part Two of VLP's Visual Jurisprudence Lecture Series

October 17 Monday

National Security in the Digital Age A Discussion With Veteran Journalist David Sanger

12:10PM to 2:30PM

Room 120

Cyberwar, mass surveillance, election-related hacks -- technology is reshaping the national security landscape. Join us on October 17 for a conversation with The New York Times' David Sanger, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist who first revealed the Stuxnet worm and whose reporting tracks the foreign policy deliberations of the most senior U.S. officials. Sanger will speak about the latest trends in U.S.

October 20 Thursday

Harm Reduction, Reproductive Justice and Democratic Action

12:00PM to 1:30PM

ISP Conference Room, Baker Hall, 40 Ashmun, A436

This project focuses on the harm reduction and safe abortion practices of feminist movements, such as abortion hotlines, and their direct action and guerilla tactics including postering, street art, and public spectacle. Within these movements, access to information as a harm reduction measure is practiced as part of a larger struggle to challenge the state and its authority. Harm reduction seeks to radically disrupt and decenter public power, and inspired by a collective freedom, to construct new and alternative ways of caring and living.

October 25 Tuesday

Transatlantic Perspectives of Privacy and Cybersecurity: a Proposal

1:00PM to 2:00PM

Room 128

The idea that the US and EU have different perceptions about privacy values is widespread. When describing the U.S. view, much scholarship starts from Warren and Brandeis’ Article “The Right to Privacy” which presents a general and undefined "right to be let alone" connected to a principle of excluding private spheres from public view. This view is very different from common European perceptions of privacy, which are based on concepts of generally applicable fundamental rights.

October 31 Monday

Lunch Talk with Michael Sulmeyer

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Baker Hall - A005

Dr. Michael Sulmeyer is the Belfer Center's Cyber Security Project director at the Harvard Kennedy School. He recently concluded several years in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, serving most recently as the Director for Plans and Operations for Cyber Policy.

November 2 Wednesday

Video Evidence, Trial Coverage, and Advocacy: International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

12:10PM to 1:00PM

Room 128

This lecture will discuss how the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) uses video to provide trial coverage and evidence, and to engage in advocacy. The lecture is based on a fieldwork at this Tribunal and will feature video clips.

Part Three of VLP's Visual Jurisprudence Lecture Series

November 2 Wednesday

Screening of JALANAN with World Fellow Daniel Ziv

6:30PM to 8:30PM

Room 127, SLB

The Visual Law Project is delighted to screen the award-winning Indonesian musical documentary JALANAN, hosted by JALANAN producer/director Daniel Ziv (Yale World Fellow 2016) who will talk about the idea and messages behind the film, and its unique social & political resonance. The screening will be followed by a Q&A.

November 8 Tuesday

Lunch Talk with Richard Salgado

12:00PM to 1:00PM

Room 128

The Center for Global Legal Challenges and the Information Society Project will welcome to campus on Nov. 8, Richard Salgado, Google’s Director for Information Security and Law Enforcement Matters. Salgado is a YLS grad and spent his career lecturing and working in the field of cyber-security.

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