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Oxford Human Rights Hub – Welcome Event

25 Oct 2019 - Law Board Room, Law Faculty

The Oxford Human Rights Hub will be hosting a welcome event for all new students starting at the University of Oxford, where we will showcase the human rights work we do and explain what opportunities there are for getting involved. We warmly invite everyone interested in human rights to join us! Date-25 October 2019 Location-Oxford Law Faculty, […]

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Human Rights Fair

15 Oct 2019 - Bonavero Institute of Human Rights - Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium

The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights and the Oxford Human Rights Hub are pleased to be co-hosting this years Human Rights Fair! Come along and find out more about the Bonavero Institute, the Hub and get to know the different human rights initiatives in Oxford. Meet student human rights groups, such as Amnesty International, Junior Lawyers […]

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2019 Oxford Legal Walk

30 Sep 2019 - Meet outside the Oxfordshire County Courthouse

The Oxford Human Rights Hub will be participating in the Oxford Legal Walk this year! Join us walking on September 30, 2019, and make a donation to support legal aid. This 10k sponsored walk supports advice charities in Oxford; together, teams in the 2018 Walk raised over £15,000 for their community. Bob Nightingale, founder of LLST, […]

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The 2019 Guiding Principles on the Right to Education: The Drafters’ Perspective

30 Jul 2019 - Lecture Theatre, Manor Road Building, Oxford

The Oxford Human Rights Hub in partnership with the Masters in International Human Rights Law at the Department of Continuning Education, University of Oxford will be hosting a panel discussion on ‘The 2019 Guiding Principles on the Right to Education: The Drafters’ Perspective’. Date: Tuesday 30 July 2019 Time: 17:00 – 18:30pm Venue: Manor Road Building Lecture Theatre […]

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OxHRH Graduate Research Student Workshop

29 May 2019 - Harold Lee Boardroom, Pembroke College

Venue: Harold Lee Boardroom, Pembroke College Date: Wednesday 29 May 2019 Time: 2-5.15pm The Oxford Human Rights Hub is pleased to announce its fifth workshop for human rights MPhil and DPhil students at Oxford University. This half-day workshop will bring together and foster a network of graduate students and academics in various disciplines working in […]

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Sexual Harassment at Work: Unacceptable, Unlawful but Unremitting: Reflections on its Nature, Persistence and on the Changing Legal Landscape-Prof Sandy Fredman and Dame Laura Cox

08 May 2019 - Gulbenkian Lecture Theatre, Law Faculty

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919, which made it possible for women to qualify as barristers or solicitors for the first time. We are delighted to be collaborating with the Association of Women Judges and the First 100 Years project to celebrate this anniversary and to tell the stories of […]

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Global Media & Policy Seminar Series: Chris Conder (Broadband for the Rural North)

11 Apr 2019 - YouTube Live: PCMLP OXFORD

Chris Conder co-founded Broadband for the Rural North (B4RN), a rural, community-owned, co-operative that delivers affordable 1Gbps symmetric broadband to rural farms in Lancashire, UK.  Rural regions in countries around the world suffer from lack of adequate broadband infrastructure. Even where access is available, ability to pay is often much lower in those regions. B4RN […]

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Challenging Fundamentalisms? Ideology, Public Policy, Law and Gender Equality

21 Feb 2019 - Kingston, Jamaica

CALL FOR PAPERS Challenging Fundamentalisms? Ideology, Public Policy, Law and Gender Equality 21 and 22 February 2019 Location: Kingston, Jamaica   Challenging Fundamentalisms? Ideology, Public Policy, Law and Gender Equality, an international conference, is hosted by the Faculty of Law, University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica; Getulio Vargas Foundation School of Law, Sao […]

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Joint

The Role of the Proportionality Test in Determining Corporate Obligations in Relation to Fundamental Rights

23 Nov 2018 - White and Case Room

The OxHRH in partnership with the Human Rights Discussion Group will be hosting a seminar with David Bilchitz exploring the question: Is there a role for the proportionality test in determining corporate obligations in relation to fundamental rights? Proportionality as a test to determine the circumstances when rights may be limited has developed in law largely when […]

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Joint

Working Together: Human Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals

12 Nov 2018 - British Academy

The Sustainable Development Goals commit the world to ending poverty and eliminating gender discrimination. This echoes the legal obligations of states in human rights law to guarantee socio-economic rights and achieve gender equality. The Sustainable Development Goals and human rights contain untapped potential to achieve women’s equality and empowerment. This workshop  organised by Professor Sandra Fredman […]

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Affirmative Action and the Sustainable Development Goal of Gender Equality

22 Sep 2018

International Conference on Affirmative Action and the Sustainable Development Goal of Gender Equality 22nd- 23rd September, 2018 Tiruchirappalli Tamil Nadu National Law School, Tiruchirappalli in collaboration with Oxford Human Rights Hub, Oxford University, United Kingdom Call for Papers On 2015 the United Nations adopted a resolution which laid down 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for […]

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Panel Discussion on Abortion in Northern Ireland

04 Jun 2018 - Mansfield College, Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium

The UK Adoption Act 1967 does not apply in Northern Ireland and access to legal abortions in Northern Ireland is very restricted. As a result, some women from Northern Ireland seek abortions in England, Scotland and Wales but these women are not entitled to NHS funding for abortions. There have been two recent cases argued […]

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