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OxHRH Trinity Term Card

20th April 2015

The OxHRH is pleased to announce its Trinity Term Seminars. The majority of the seminars are in the Senior Common Room at the Oxford Law Faulty and start at 1pm. Refreshments are provided. The seminars are a wonderful opportunity to engage with human rights theorists and practitioners. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Call for Papers: The Chagos Litigation: A Socio-Legal Dialogue, 29th June 2015

17th April 2015

This one-day conference will explore the Chagos litigation from a socio-legal perspective. The keynote speaker is Professor Philippe Sands QC. The conference is free to attend and papers are welcomed from legal and non-legal academics, and also from legal practitioners. The call for papers is available at http://chagosdialogue.blogspot.co.uk.The call for papers closes on 17th April […]

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Event: Revenge Porn: The New Law

15th April 2015

  Seminar April 23, 2015 3:30-6pm Attend if you want to: Hear a survivor tell her story of fighting to reclaim her dignity Learn about the new law criminalising revenge pornography Find out more about the operations of the new Revenge Porn Helpline Debate with experts about further legal reform Get involved in the next […]

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Event: Abortion in Context – Law, Ethics and Practice

14th April 2015

This series examines issues of abortion from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.  The seminars are open to the entire university community.  Individual papers will be disseminated ahead of the seminars on a weekly basis during term.  All seminars will take place at 17:00-18:00 on Wednesdays of Trinity Term, in the Swire Seminar Room, University College. […]

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OxHRH Deepens Indian Connections

13th April 2015

The OxHRH has a number of significant ties with academics, practitioners and policy makers advancing human rights law and research in India.  Last week our Deputy Director, Laura Hilly was in Delhi and met with representatives from the Death Penalty Research Project and the new Death Penalty Litigation Clinic at the National Law University (NLU) in Delhi; […]

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