Film Screening at the Ultimate Picture Palace-A Cambodian Spring

admin 21st May 2018

On Wednesday 30th May, The Ultimate Picture Palace is hosting a special Q&A screening of the documentary A Cambodian Spring. The film follows three people caught up in the growing wave of land-rights protests that led to the ‘Cambodian Spring’ and the tragic events that followed. A Q&A with the director, Chris Kelly, as well as Buddhist Monk […]

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Refugee Studies Centre Seminar: Syrian Labour in the Turkish Economy-Dr Emre Eren Korkmaz (Oxford)

admin 16th May 2018

Wednesday May 16 at 5pm, Seminar Room 3, Oxford Department of International Development, 3 Mansfield Road, Oxford, OX1 3TB  Seminar series convenor: Dr Ali Ali About the speaker Emre Eren Korkmaz is a post-doctoral researcher at Oxford’s Department of International Development and a British Academy Newton International Fellow. He is a political scientist and his […]

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Friday in Focus: Claire Overman

admin 11th May 2018

After five years studying at Oxford (BA Law with Law in Europe 2008-12, BCL 2012-13), it was with a heavy heart that I left for London in 2013, although I looked forward to beginning my training for a career at the Bar.  So naturally, when Laura Hilly asked me whether I wanted to be involved with […]

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OxHRH Honoured at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards

admin 9th May 2018

Last night, the Oxford Human Rights Hub was highly commended at the Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards for our work promoting equality and diversity in teaching and learning about human rights. This is the inaugural year of the awards, which celebrate the exceptional work being undertaken at the University in promoting equality and diversity in the workplace, […]

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Terrorism – The Problems & Solutions-Nobel Laureate Tawakkol Karman

admin 3rd May 2018

The Oxford Guild and its Collegium Global Network in association with the Oxford PPE Society is delighted to welcome a very special guest – Tawakkol Karman, one of the most famous and most decorated Nobel Peace Prize Winners of all time. She will be discussing ‘Terrorism – The Problems & Solutions’, sharing her insights into how to […]

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Women’s Legal Landmarks Project

admin 2nd May 2018

What are the key legal landmarks for women? What role did women and feminists play in bringing them about? What impact have they had lived experience of women? How might feminist legal history advance and transform legal scholarship? The Women’s Legal Landmarks Project is a unique interdisciplinary collaboration involving over 80 feminist legal and history […]

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Workshops with Liz Curran in Nottingham on Access to Justice

admin 1st May 2018

This event is organised and hosted Professor Jane Ching and her colleagues at Nottingham Law School and through the Centre for Legal Education. These are facilitated workshops/roundtables. Liz is and experienced facilitator & researcher and uses conferencing approaches to facilitate. She takes a back seat with guiding questions generated by the discussion. It’s all about […]

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Oxford Transitional Justice Research: Seminar Series

admin 29th April 2018

This term the series has a particular focus on Syria and the Middle East, with topics covered including Iraqi migrants in Syria, Syrians working in Turkey, and Islamic traditions of refuge. We kick off with a book launch for Professor Dawn Chatty’s book Syria: The Making and Unmaking of a Refuge State next week on 2 May. […]

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