Latest Publications from the OxHRH Team and Associates

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The OxHRH Publication Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Shreya Atrey, ‘India: Indian Supreme Court and the Implementation of the UNCRPD’ in Anna Lawson and Lisa Waddington (eds) The UN CRPD in Practice: A Comparative Analysis of the Role of Court (OUP, 2018)

Shreya Atrey, 2018, ‘Race Discrimination in EU Law after Jyske Finans’ (2018) 55 Common Market Law Review 625

Eirik Bjorge, ‘The Convention as a Living Instrument: Rooted in the Past, Looking to the Future’ 30 Human Rights Law Journal 243

Meghan Campbell, Monitoring Women’s Socio-Economic Equality Under ICESCR’ (2018) 30(1) Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 82

Paul Craig ‘Delegated and Implementing Acts’, in Robert Schutze and Takis Tridimas (eds) Oxford Principles of EU Law, Volume I: The EU Legal Order (OUP 2018)

Sandra Fredman, Meghan Campbell, Helen Talyor (eds) Human Rights and Equality in Education (Policy Press, 2018)

Tarunabh Khaitan, ‘Directive Principles and the Expressive Accommodation of Ideological Dissenters’ (2018) 16(2) International Journal of Constitutional Law 389

Tarunabh Khaitan, ‘Discrimination’ in Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and Rule of Law 2017)

Anne Lafaso and Nicholas F. Stump, ‘De-essentializing Appalachia: Transformative Socio-legal Change Requires Unmasking Regional Myths’ (2018) 120 West Virginia L. Rev 823

Anne Lofaso and Samuel Brown Petsonk, ‘Working for Recovery: How Civil Rights Laws Can Improve the Prospects for Successful Rehabilitation and Gainful Employment for Alcoholics and Drug Addicts,’ (2018) 120 West Virginia L Rev 891

Ewan Smith, Arabella Lang and Eirik Bjorge, Treaties, Brexit and the Constitution, Submission to the House of Lords Liaison Committee ‘Review of Investigative and Scrutiny Committees’ Inquiry (2018) RIS0034



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