OxHRH summer essay competition

admin 18th July 2014

Money Matters: Finance and Human Rights The OxHRH is pleased to launch its summer 2014 essay competition! One lucky winner will receive a copy of “Making Sovereign Financing and Human Rights Work,” and will have the chance to see their work published on the OxHRH website and social media. We will also publish submissions which […]

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IHRL Students for Justice – 17 July 2014

admin 17th July 2014

17 July is international criminal justice day, marking the day when the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court was adopted in 1998. The day has since been taken to celebrate international criminal justice generally. To commemorate this day, 30 first-year and second-year students from the part-time Masters in International Human Rights Law posed for […]

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International Human Rights Law Programmes at Oxford

admin 6th July 2014

This summer, New College will be hosting two groups from the Department for Continuing Education’s International Human Rights Law programmes – the first and second year Masters students will be attending their yearly residential (10th July – 16th August), and a 4-week Summer School will also be in residence (13th July – 9th August). Both programmes attract students from […]

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Rhodes House features OxHRH and OPBP

admin 29th June 2014

Rhodes House has featured the work of the OxHRH and OPBP in a new video. Present and past Rhodes Scholars discuss the work of these two organisations, and the links forged with Rhodes House. To see the video, please click here or see below.

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Tales from the Asylum Frontline

admin 28th June 2014

The NNLS Destitute Asylum Seeker Drop-In will be screening a documentary entitled “Warzone: Tales from the Asylum Frontline.”   Details: Date – Monday 30th June Time – 8:00pm Venue – Phoenix Cinema, High Road, East Finchley, London (opposite East Finchley tube station).   This ground-breaking film documents the battles confronting asylum seekers after they have fled […]

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