Thursday, 5 May 1983, 12:00AM
Guildhall

Human Rights and the Democratic Process

Lord Scarman

How effective is the democratic process in moving us towards achieving a sure protection of our human rights and fundamental freedoms? If there are inadequacies in the democractic process, how are we to set about the task of remedy?

This is the 1983 Gresham Special Lecture.

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English judge and barrister, who served as a Law Lord until his retirement in 1986.

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