Friday in Focus: Natasha Holcroft-Emmess

oneadmins, 17th November 2017

I started blogging for the Oxford Human Rights Hub in the summer of 2012, when the blog was just starting out. I had recently finished my undergraduate degree at Oxford and was looking forward to returning to study for the BCL. Since then, the Hub has gone from strength to strength due to the unwavering […]

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Centre for Rapoport for Human Rights and Justice: Call for Papers

oneadmins, 14th November 2017

Dedicated to interdisciplinary and critical dialogue on international human rights law and discourse, the Rapoport Center’s Working Paper Series (WPS) publishes innovative papers by established and early-­‐career researchers as well as practitioners. The goal is to provide a productive environment for debate about human rights among academics, policymakers, activists, practitioners, and the public. Authors from […]

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BIHR Seminar: Human Rights Under Threat: Shrinking Civil Society in Cambodia

oneadmins, 12th November 2017

Monday 13 November 2017 5:30 pm to 7:00pm Across the globe, civil society organisations have been coming under increasing pressure in recent years as a result of restrictive new NGO laws, limitations on funding, and increased government interference. In Cambodia, increasing restriction of civic and democratic space ahead of a crucial general election in July […]

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Friday in Focus: Chris McConnachie

oneadmins, 10th November 2017

I get a little jolt of excitement when I see the Oxford Human Rights Hub pop up in my inbox or Twitter feed. Between 2012 and 2013, I had the privilege of working under Sandy Fredman in launching and developing OxHRH. In those days, the website was still a prototype and updates could only be […]

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