New Positions at the Centre for Law and Policy Research

oneadmins, 14th January 2018

Centre for Law and Policy Research (“CLPR”) is a not-for-profit trust based in Bengaluru. We are a team of young researchers and lawyers who are engaged with research into law, development of policy, advancing public interest in the constitution and the Supreme Court and in strategic impact litigation. Please visit our website to learn more […]

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Friday in Focus: Helen Taylor

oneadmins, 5th January 2018

I came to Oxford in 2013 to read for the BCL followed by the DPhil, with a particular interest in human rights and constitutional law. Faced with long reading lists and the cold isolation of the library, I was quickly drawn to the outward-looking and dynamic engagement with current human rights challenges that I observed […]

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Is the Era of Universal Human Rights Coming to an End (Conor Gearty, LSE)

oneadmins, 5th January 2018

Corin​ Redgrave​​ Memorial ​​Lecture ​​2018​ Conor ​Gearty​ Professor​ of ​​Human​ ​Rights ​​Law​ ​at ​​LSE​ Is​ The​​ Era​​ of​ ​Universal​​ Human ​​Rights​ Coming​ To​ ​An ​​End?​ Saturday​ 27 ​​January​​ 2018 ​​at ​​2​​p​.m. Conway​Hall,​​25​​ Red​ ​Lion​ ​Square,​​ London​​ WC1 R​​4RL The challenges that human rights face today have not come out of the blue. Rather they are the result of what from the human rights perspective are three systemic weaknesses in the architecture […]

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Applications Open for OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowship

oneadmins, 3rd January 2018

Rhodes University Research Fellowship/ Oxford Human Rights Hub Travelling Fellowship Background The Rhodes University Research Fellowship/ Oxford Human Rights Hub Travelling Fellowship (‘the Fellowship’) is a partnership between the Faculty of Law at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa and the Oxford Human Rights Hub at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford (OxHRH), […]

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