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Over 100 Participants Worldwide Participate in OxHRH and OSF Workshop on Public-Private Partnerships and the Right to Education

kira-allmann, 31st July 2015

On 29th of July, 2015, the Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Open Society Foundations presented a live workshop on the Challenges of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education. The workshop was a pioneering multimedia event, including pre-recorded videos, a live studio panel, online Q&A with experts and live questions from participants all […]

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Canadian Federal Court overturns appeal ban for nationals of Designated Countries of Origin

kira-allmann, 28th July 2015

On 23 July, the Federal Court of Canada ruled that denying refugee claimants from Designated Countries of Origin access to the Refugee Appeal Division was a violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Court ruled that these claimants must have access to the Refugee Appeal Division, effective immediately. Professor Cathryn Costello, Andrew […]

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OxHRH

Samuel Pisar: A Tireless Champion of Human Rights

zachary-vermeer, 28th July 2015

Tributes are flowing from across the globe to Samuel Pisar, a tireless defender of human rights, whose death was announced this morning. His was an extraordinary life: after a youth of terrible suffering in the midst of the most tragic events of the twentieth century, he went on to a brilliant international career, characterised by […]

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