Event archive

BOOK LAUNCH: Gender Equality in Law: Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism – Barbara Havelková (Oxford)

10 Oct 2017 - Seminar Room F, Law Faculty, University of Oxford

We are delighted to be hosting the launch of Dr Barbara Havelková’s new book, “Gender Equality in Law: Uncovering the Legacies of Czech State Socialism” (Hart 2017). After a brief presentation by Dr Havelková, the book will be discussed by Professor Hugh Collins and Professor Judith Pallot. Lunch, including tea and coffee, will be provided. […]

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The Impact of Brexit on Equality Rights

28 Sep 2017 - British Academy

The Impact of Brexit on Equality Rights British Academy, London 28th September at 8 am – 10 am Report available here. The government has expressed its commitment to maintain equalities legislation post Brexit. However, as the House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee recognised in its report in February, this is more complex than merely […]

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Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution-Alison Young (Oxford)

05 Jun 2017 - Danson Room Trinity College

In partnership with The Programme for the Foundations of Law and Constitutional Government, the OxHRH has organised a panel discussion of Professor Alison Young’s new book, “Democratic Dialogue and the Constitution”. The book will be discussed by Paul Craig (Oxford), Michael Gordon (Liverpool) and Hayley Hooper (Cambridge), with response to follow from Alison Young.   […]

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The Role of the University in Post Colonial Societies-Justice Dikgang Moseneke (South African Constitutional Court)

24 May 2017 - St Anthony's College

Justice Dikgang Moseneke ended his term as Deputy Chief Justice on South Africa’s highest court, the Constitutional Court in May 2016.  Justice Moseneke has led an extraordinary life. He was imprisoned on Robben Island at the age of 15 for seeking to bring about the end of the apartheid regime.  When he was released from prison ten […]

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A Better Future for Women at Work: Legal and Policy Strategies

18 May 2017 - Harold Lee Room, Pembroke College

Despite numerous legal and policy interventions women continue to face significant disadvantage in both formal and informal work. The ILO report “Women at Work Trends – 2016” estimates that globally women earn approximately 77 per cent of men’s wages. At the current rate, pay equity between women and men will not be achieved before 2086.’ […]

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