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UCL Institute for Human Rights is pleased to announce a film screening followed by a panel discussion on
Doctors of the Dark Side
Tuesday 29 October 2013
UCL Cruciform Lecture Theatre
18:00 - 20:00
Dr Amanda C de C Williams
Reader in Clinical Health Psychology, UCL
Director of Doctors of the Dark Side
Philippe Sands QC
Professor of Laws, UCL; author of Torture Team
Dr Nimisha Patel
Reader in Clinical Psychology, UEL, & Director of International Centre for Health and Human Rights
Dr Anita Berlin
Senior Lecturer, Primary Care & Population Health, Institute of Epidemiology & Health
Dr Saladin Meckled-Garcia
(UCL Lecturer in Human Rights, Department of Political Science & Director of the UCL Institute for Human Rights)
About this event:
Doctors of the Dark Side is a documentary (directed by Martha Davis) which exposes how psychologists and physicians implemented and covered up the torture of detainees in US-controlled military prisons. The stories of four detainees and the doctors involved in their abuse show how essential doctors have been to the torture program, and how professional bodies for medicine and psychology responded to their members’ involvement in torture.
The Faculty of Laws at UCL has a world-class reputation for research, and has been rated by the UK government in the highest categories for both research and teaching.
We value research not only in contributing to the quality of our teaching and the supervision we give our students, but also in its contribution to the development of law and its influence on legal practice and public policy.
The Faculty was ranked 2nd in the UK by The Times Good University Guide (subject table: Law) in 2008. UCL is ranked 4th in the World University rankings.
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