Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog on Summer Hiatus

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog will be on summer hiatus from July 26 to Aug 2. We look forward to returning on August 3 to provide high-quality legal analysis on the latest developments on human rights law and practice! This post is also available in: Spanish


LGB, T and LGBT Equality and Non-Discrimination

This post reflects on a recent clarification sought by the Indian government regarding whether or not the term ‘transgender’ — as used in NALSA v Union of India — covers lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people. NALSA was delivered by a Division Bench of Radhakrishnan, J and Sikri, J. The two judges signed off on […]

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Statelessness as a Rising Human Rights Issue in Tajikistan Migration Asylum and Trafficking

The right to a nationality — or as Hannah Arendt put it: “a right to have rights” — has been recognised in various human rights instruments. Despite this, statelessness — when a “person is not considered as a national by any State under the operation of its law” — remains a serious concern around the […]

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The Fifth Annual Oxford Legal Assistance Public Law Moot Access to Justice| Migration Asylum and Trafficking

The fifth annual Oxford Legal Assistance Public Law Moot took place on 21 May 2016 at the Oxford Law Faculty. The moot competition was a great success. Competitors were from law and non-law backgrounds. The competition is organised in conjunction with Oxford Legal Assistance, the only pro bono organisation open to undergraduate law students at […]


Deputy-Director of the OxHRH, Dr Meghan Campbell Discusses the Hub with Continuing Education Human Rights Students

Deputy-Director of the OxHRH, Dr Meghan Campbell, gave an insightful presentation to the Oxford University Continuing Education Human Rights students. It was an exciting discussion that explored the promise of technology is aiding the understanding of human rights, what features were need to create a global community and platform and explored the challenges of using […]


OxHRH Seminar Series: Summer Hiatus

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Seminar Series is on summer hiatus and will be recommencing in October 2016. In the meantime, please take a look at audio and photo coverage of this year’s expert speakers: OxHRH Webinar: The Right to Security: Securing Rights or Securitzing Rights? Dr Liora Lazarus (Oxford University) OxHRH Webinar: Counter-terrorism and […]


Working Paper Series No 2: Women, Race and Poverty-Address Women's Multiple Identities Through Law