Senior Lecturer, School of Law and UK representative for the Gender Working Group for the Euro-Med Human Rights Network
- Room: 5S.6.28
- Telephone (external): (+44) 01206 873808
- Telephone (internal): 3808
- e-mail: joash [at] essex.ac.uk
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Fernne Brennan is a Senior Lecturer in Law in the School of Law and
member of the Human Rights Centre. Her research focuses on reparations,
discrimination law, human rights and criminal law.
Publications in this field include; 'Race, Rights Reparations: Exploring a Reparations Framework for Addressing Trade Inequality’ in Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy (2008);'Time For a Change. Reforming WTO Trading Ruler to Take Account of Reparations', in J. Dine and A. Fagan (eds.) Capitalism and Human Rights (Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2006) and 'Are Reparations for Slavery Justified?' Human Rights Global Focus Group, International Human rights Foundation, India, Volume 2, Number 1, March 2005, pp. 5-17.
Brennan and Packer, Colonialism, Slavery, Reparations, Trade: Remedying the Past? 2012.
Brennan, British Slavery and her Colonial Legacies in Schalkwijk and Small (eds), New Perspectives on slavery and colonialism in the Caribbean, 2012
Brennan and Packer, In their own Defence: Violence against girls, and girls as human rights defenders in Essex Human Rights Review, vol.7 no 1 2010.Other relevant information.
Slave Trade Reparations Project. See http//www.essex.ac.uk/reparations