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Risk, Security and Terrorism The talk, entitled “Risk, Security and Terrorism”, is being given by Professor Lucia Zedner, Professor of Criminal Just

ice at the University of Oxford. Terrorist acts are exceptionally rare, yet they pose the risk of catastrophic harm. Professor Zedner will examine how and why we consent to the intrusive measures which authorities introduce in the name of avoiding that harm, yet which at the same time erode civil liberties. She suggests that there is an underlying presumption that by degrading liberty we can reduc

e risk. This poses some challenging questions ab

out what really is under threat in the war on terror and the risks it poses to social, political and economic life. The free public lecture will take place from 5.30pm on Friday, February 19th, in the Lady Mitchell Hall on the University’s Sidgwick Site. As usual, people are advised to arrive early to guarantee themselves a place in the theatre, as the lecture series is proving exceptionally popular a

nd demand is very high. Professor Zedner was a research fellow at

Nuffiel

d College, O

xford, before taking up a law lectureship at the London School of Economics where she helped found the Mannheim Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, where she became Assistant Director. Her research inte

rests

include criminal justice, criminal law and legal th

eory. Recently, she has focused on aspects of risk, security and terrorism and begun a project with colleague Professor Andrew Ashworth on “Preventative Justice”. Th

e work will explore the politics and policies of risk prevention, taking into account the implications for civil liberties. It will also ask how far the state may go to prevent harm. The aim is to develop principles

and values to guide and limit states in their use of coercive, preventative powers. For more information and the full programme of the Darwin College lectures please visit: http://www.dar.cam.ac.uk/lectures/index.shtm

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