Lecturer to speak on gay rights in the UK
Visiting human rights lawyer Nicola Barker will speak tonight at the Bermuda College, in a public talk on the implications of gay rights in the UK.
The Kent Law School lecturer’s talk coincides with the graduation of the college’s last law students to pass through the partnership arrangement between Kent and the Bermuda College.
Dr Barker is due to speak from 6pm to 8pm at the college’s North Hall theatre on how gay civil union laws in the UK could affect religious practices there.
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