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Javier Garcia Oliva
Javier Garcia Oliva is a constitutional lawyer at Manchester University with a strong interest in belief, religion, identity and human rights. He is committed to sharing his passion for justice, fairness and equality, particularly through innovative means like BNW, with schools and other organisations in the UK, Spain and Chile.
Tom Lewis teaches and researches at Nottingham Trent University. He is particularly interested in freedom of political, religious and artistic expression, and the issues which arise around conflicts of rights. His first degree was in history, and he retains his fascination for the past, and the insights which it can lend to contemporary struggles.
Helen Hall is a legal academic at Nottingham Trent University, with strong interdisciplinary interests in history and anthropology. Her research covers human rights (particuarly in relation to children), belief, religion and folklore.