Oxford Human Rights Hub in Kuwait and Qatar

admin 29th January 2014

Associate Professor Nazila Ghanea (OxHRH Associate Director) was in Qatar and Kuwait from 18 to 24 January 2014 along with Dr Başak Çali of Koç University, pursuing research regarding the domestic effect of UN treaty ratification in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates). This 2 […]

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OPBP Project Work – Frequently Asked Questions

admin 15th January 2014

Who are OPBP projects for? Each of OPBP’s projects begins life as a proposal, which sets out the context of the work and the specific questions OPBP is being asked to answer. We welcome proposals from any individuals or organisations working pro bono in the public interest: past project partners have included United Nations bodies, non-government […]

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Thank you for following the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog in 2013!

Laura Hilly 23rd December 2013

The Editorial Team at the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog is taking a break for the festive season.  We have escaped the Oxford winter to sunnier (or snowier!) climes. But we will be back in 2014, continuing to bring you high quality human rights law news and commentary from around the globe! A global network: […]

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Oxford Pro Bono Publico awarded Sigrid Rausing Trust grant

admin 28th April 2013

OPBP is delighted to announce that the Sigrid Rausing Trust has awarded us a grant of £15,000 to support and expand our activities over the next year. The Sigrid Rausing Trust is a U.K. grant-making foundation, founded by Sigrid Rausing in 1995 to support human rights globally. Over the course of its existence, the Trust […]

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OPBP wins Law Works & Attorney General’s Pro Bono Award

admin 27th March 2013

Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP) was awarded the ‘Best Contribution by a Team of Students’ award in the 2013 LawWorks & Attorney General Student Pro Bono Awards, hosted at the House of Commons on Monday. Now in its 13th year, OPBP relies upon the dedication and commitment of Oxford law graduate students and Faculty members […]

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