Conference paper, ‘A view from the South’, presented at King’s College London on 18 March 2016 in a conference on Transnational Sovereignties (the paper situates Batwa settlements at the centre of transnational narratives and developments; it will appear in P. Zumbansen (ed.), The Politics of Transnational Law: Epistemologies, Critique and Interventions (Elgar, 2018))
Inaugural lecture by Morag Goodwin entitled ‘The importance of elsewhere’, delivered at Tilburg University on 29 April 2016 (the lecture situates the Batwa in a global indigenous narrative and will be worked into a peer-reviewed article); the lecture is available to watch at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsjO4NNSxuc (see below)
Mukwiza Ndahinda, F. (2016) ‘On Peoples’ rights, indigenous rights and interpretative ambiguities in decisions of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights’, African Journal on Human Rights, 16: 29–
Goodwin, M.E.A. (2016) Approaching Social Exclusion: poverty, discrimination, identity, Keynote lecture presented at Workshop on Poverty, Bochum, Germany, 8–9 July 2016 (the lecture presented the project methodology as a means of approaching social exclusion).
‘The importance of elsewhere’ – Inaugural lecture by Morag Goodwin