Dexter Dias QC on Human Rights

Why, in a world of injustice and vanishing human rights, I choose to hope - A talk at TEDxExeter

What are human beings really like? Why do some hurt the most fragile people whilst others protect them at great personal cost? Grounded in 25 years' experience as a human rights lawyer and academic researcher grappling with some of humanity's toughest questions, Dexter Dias QC shares powerful stories of resilience, courage and bravery and tells us why his research leaves him fundamentally hopeful.

Dexter Dias QC is an award-winning international human rights barrister, part-time judge and prize-winning researcher at Cambridge and Harvard. He's author of Amazon bestselling book The Ten Types of Human

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