Bob Hepple Equality Awards 2017

oneadmins, 18th September 2017

The Equal Rights Trust is delighted to invite you to the Bob Hepple Equality Award 2017 on Wednesday 4 October 2017. The Award recognises the outstanding contributions of proponents of equality, with a particular focus on those who promote the comprehensive approach to equality which drives our work at the Trust.  This year, our Selection […]

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Internships at The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre

oneadmins, 12th September 2017

The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) is inviting applications from Russian speakers for a four-month internship placement (2-3 days per week). Successful candidates will be required to carry out both substantive and administrative tasks relating to EHRAC’s work, such as: taking minutes; filing and assisting with organising events; writing case summaries and monitoring the Russian-speaking press and producing […]

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OxHRH Participating in #40YearsRhodesWomen

oneadmins, 11th September 2017

To celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Rhodes Women, The Rhodes House is hosting a series of events on September 15, 2017. The day’s events include inspiring speakers on topics ranging from climate change to international relations to humanities and the arts; a chance to stand up for women’s causes from around the world; opportunities to give and […]

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Ugochukwu Ezeh Takes Up OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowship

oneadmins, 5th September 2017

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and Rhodes University are delighted to announce that MPhil student Ugochukwu Ezeh has taken up his OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowships. This is a new partnership between the Faculty of Law at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, the OxHRH and the Legal Resource Centre, Grahamstown, South Africa (LRC). South Africa, and the Eastern Cape in particular, provide […]

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Intersectional Conversations

oneadmins, 30th August 2017

“Intersectional Conversations”, a special event hosted by the Faculty of Law on Thursday 28th September 2017. This afternoon session offers a unique introduction to intersectionality theory and its relevance to our work within the Faculty. Intersectionality will be discussed through a range of perspectives, including through the lens of ethnicity, disability, gender, sexuality, and class. […]

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