Media

Comparative Human Rights Law Book Launch: Sandy Fredman in Conversation with Colm O’Cinneide
Comparative Human Rights Law Book Launch: Sandy Fredman in Conversation with Justice S. Muralidhar
Comparative Human Rights Law Book Launch: Sandy Fredman in Conversation with Edwin Cameron
The 2019 Guiding Principles on the Right to Education: The Drafters’ Perspective
Sexual Harassment at Work: Reflections on its Nature, Persistence and on the Changing Legal Landscape – Prof Sandy Fredman and Dame Laura Cox
Working Together: Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals (with Sandra Fredman)
Poverty and Politics in the SDGs (with Philip Alston)
Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (with Meghan Campbell)
Female Genital Mutilation as a Question of Gender Equality (with Brenda Kelly)
A Theatre of Death: Challenging the Death Penalty in India (with Anup Surendranath)

Events

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News

Reading Room Exhibition: Child Survivors’ Drawings of the Genocide in Darfur
2020 edition of The Geneva Challenge – Advancing Development Goals International Contest for graduate students
Talk: Barristers Under Threat – How a protest by common law lawyers sparked an ongoing civil war
Oxford/George Washington 2020 Summer School in International Human Rights Law – admissions now open
Faith, Ethics and Organ Donation Conference by the Woolf Institute

Publications

Using Science for Justice: The Implications of the Expert Consensus Statement on Zimbabwe’s HIV Criminalisation Law
‘The Hostile Border: Crimmigration, Counter-terrorism or Crossing the Line on Rights?’ (2019) 22 New Criminal Law Review 318
‘El debate sobre el Estado preventivo: aportaciones y retos doctrinales en materia de justicia preventiva’ in Alonso Rimo Alberto (ed), Derechopenal preventivo, orden público y seguridad ciudadana (Thomson Reuters Aranzadi, 2019)
‘Curtailing Citizenship Rights as Counterterrorism’ in Benjamin Goold and Liora Lazarus (eds), Security and Human Rights (2nd edn, Hart Publishing, 2019)
‘The Good, The Bad, and The Street: Does ‘Street Culture’ Affect Offender Communication and Reception in Restorative Justice?’ (2019) European Journal of Criminology 1 (forthcoming)