Human Rights Consortium Co-Director Dr Corinne Lennox was part of a panel on "The Power Imbalance of Museums: Using Cultural Rights to Address Accountability" at the recent Museums Association conference in Newcastle.

It was organised by our MA Human Rights alumna, Dorcas Taylor, and featured her work with Furaha Mussanzi and Rehema Mussanzi (Centre Résolution Conflits (CRC) Congo) (pictured) and members of the Bambuti Indigenous people to rethink how museums can use cultural rights as a tool for upholding the right of communities to participate in decision-making on the protection of their own cultural identity.

Learn more about their project here: