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Wadham's Human Rights Forum: British Muslims, Politics, Media and the Law

admin 9th October 2014

Wadham Human Rights Forum is delighted to announce Peter Oborne as the speaker at its next event.  Peter is the chief political commentator for the Daily Telegraph and associate editor of the Spectator, and will share his views on the relationship between British Muslims, Politics, Media and the Law. The New McCarthyism: British Muslims, Politics, […]

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OxHRH Michaelmas Term Card

admin 7th October 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce its Michaelmas Term Seminars. All 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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The Foundation for Law Jusitce and Society Events

Meghan Campbell 3rd October 2014

The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society in association with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford invites you to: Book Colloquium: Social Media: A Critical Introduction 17:30-19:00 Thursday 9 October 2014 Haldane Room, Wolfson College, Oxford, OX2 6UD This book colloquium will discuss the recently published book Social Media: A Critical Introduction, which navigates the controversies and […]

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New Publication: 'Whither the Prostitution Industry?'

admin 2nd October 2014

Justice Dhaya Pillay, who last year was a visiting fellow at the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article in the Industrial Law Journal entitled, ‘Whither the Prostitution Industry?’ (2014) 35 ILJ 1749. Justice Pillay’s article examines the possibility of reforming the adult prostitution industry.

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New Publication: ‘Whither the Prostitution Industry?’

Karl Laird 2nd October 2014

Justice Dhaya Pillay, who last year was a visiting fellow at the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article in the Industrial Law Journal entitled, ‘Whither the Prostitution Industry?’ (2014) 35 ILJ 1749. Justice Pillay’s article examines the possibility of reforming the adult prostitution industry.

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