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One of the key roles of constitutional law is to provide a strong underpinning for human rights protections. But what role do human rights play in building robust democratic institutions? Are human rights an aspect of democratic politics, or a precursor? And what happens to human rights protections when democratic backsliding begins to occur? This episode looks at these questions with expert practitioners and theorists in constitutional and human rights law.
With Kate O’Regan, Nick Barber and Richard Ekins.