Book launch highlights the lives and work of women at the University
In Re J (Children)  UKSC 9 the Supreme Court considered a child protection case involving a mother who had previously been suspected of causing significant harm to her child, and was now looking after different children in a new relationship. Brian Sloan discusses the implications of the case and analyses the Court's attempts to balance non- intervention into family life with child protection.
Professor Andrew Hamilton will look at whether UK universities can learn from their American peer institutions, in this year’s Clare Hall Ashby Lecture on Wednesday 25 May.
Acclaimed novelist, essayist and scientist Professor Sunetra Gupta will give the 2011 Women in Science Engineering and Technology Initiative (WiSETI) annual lecture at Robinson College, Cambridge tonight.
The University of Cambridge’s first International Women’s Day lecture takes place this evening as part of a programme of events to mark the 100th anniversary of IWD.
A leading expert in Eastern European history will examine whether the seeds of the liquidation of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church were sown at the 1945 Yalta conference in a free, public lecture this week.