4 September 2020 | Comment | Article by Alan Collins
HJ Talks About Abuse: Modern day piracy and human rights
In this episode of the HJ Talks About Abuse podcast, Partner Alan Collins discusses with Mike Dun – amateur historian and commentator on legal and political issues in Jersey and elsewhere the issue of human rights in 2020 with an 18th-century twist.
They discuss whether piracy and slave trading generated human right questions 300 years ago and whether society has learned any lessons from those times let alone found answers. For more information, visit the sexual abuse page or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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