PAUL GILROY IN CONVERSATION WITH COURTENAY GRIFFITHS, QC

November 14, 2020

In conversation with Courtenay Griffiths QC

https://shows.acast.com/ucl-sarah-parker-remond-centre-podcast/episodes/in-conversation-with-courtenay-griffiths-qc

Paul Gilroy is joined by Courtenay Griffiths QC, distinguished criminal defence advocate with 40 years of experience, for a conversation on racism within the criminal justice system and its disproportionate effect on Black people, and the need to confront patterns of criminalisation, the hierarchy within institutions and reforming education in relation to this.

This conversation was recorded on 24th June 2020

Speaker:Courtenay Griffiths QC, Barrister, 25 Bedford Row

Executive producer: Paul Gilroy

Producer and Editor: Kaissa Karhu

Read the transcript for this podcast

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