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OxHRH Communications Manager Leads Podcasting Workshop at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

Kira Allmann 1st August 2015

OxHRH Communications Manager and RightsUp podcast producer, Kira Allmann, led a workshop on ‘The Art of Podcasting’ at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) Public Engagement Summer School on July 29th, 2015. The TORCH Public Engagement Summer School is a five-day programme offering training for humanities researchers on how to reach a wider public audience. […]

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Over 100 Participants Worldwide Participate in OxHRH and OSF Workshop on Public-Private Partnerships and the Right to Education

Kira Allmann 31st July 2015

On 29th of July, 2015, the Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Open Society Foundations presented a live workshop on the Challenges of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education. The workshop was a pioneering multimedia event, including pre-recorded videos, a live studio panel, online Q&A with experts and live questions from participants all […]

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Canadian Federal Court overturns appeal ban for nationals of Designated Countries of Origin

Kira Allmann 28th July 2015

On 23 July, the Federal Court of Canada ruled that denying refugee claimants from Designated Countries of Origin access to the Refugee Appeal Division was a violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The Court ruled that these claimants must have access to the Refugee Appeal Division, effective immediately. Professor Cathryn Costello, Andrew […]

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Samuel Pisar: A Tireless Champion of Human Rights

Zachary Vermeer 28th July 2015

Tributes are flowing from across the globe to Samuel Pisar, a tireless defender of human rights, whose death was announced this morning. His was an extraordinary life: after a youth of terrible suffering in the midst of the most tragic events of the twentieth century, he went on to a brilliant international career, characterised by […]

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