The conference will take place at Lancaster University and the nearby the Lancaster House Hotel.
Lancaster University is a top ten British university, with expertise in international law and human rights brought together by the Law School’s Centre for International Law and Human Rights.
The historic city of Lancaster is nestled in some of Britain’s most beautiful countryside, half an hour’s drive from the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. It can be easily reached by air, rail or road. Manchester International Airport is just over an hour away; the train journey from London Euston is two and a half hours. The city enjoys direct rail connections to Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester and can be accessed straight from the M6 (junctions 33 and 34).
View maps and travel page on the University website.