Students Reflect on OxHRH

admin 27th February 2017

On the fifth anniversary of the OxHRH current and former students reflect on what the Hub means to their own research and the importance of using technology to foster a global conversation on human rights.  

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Poverty is Sexist

Meghan Campbell 24th February 2017 and Don’t Panic have created a short powerful film, ‘Poverty Is Sexist’. The film travels the globe to bring to light the fact that there is categorically nowhere in the world where women have the same opportunities as men. As a direct result of this women who are the hardest hit by gender inequality […]

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An Introduction to the OxHRH

admin 22nd February 2017

On the fifth anniversary of the OxHRH, Director, Professor Sandra Fredman pauses to reflect on the founding vision of the OxHRH, on our of the memorable  events and how students, research and activists can benefit by participating in our global conversation human right.

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