OxHRH Anthology Available for Purchase

admin 5th June 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce that print copies of its anthology, “Global Perspectives on Human Rights,” are available for purchase. The anthology, edited by Laura Hilly and Claire Overman in close consultation with Professor Sandra Fredman, thematically groups together the very best posts appearing on the OxHRH up until December 2013.  We hope it will be […]

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Sexual Violence in Modern Myanmar

admin 4th June 2014

The Oxford Burma Alliance will be hosting a roundtable on sexual violence in Burma. It will be chaired by Dr Kirsten McConnachie, Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellow at the Refugee Studies Centre and Lady Margaret Hall. Participants will include Zoya Phan from Burma Campaign UK and Dr Phyllis Ferguson from Oxford Transitional Justice Research.   […]

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Human Rights Reporting in Mexico

admin 2nd June 2014

Dr Ella McPherson, from the Department of Sociology at Cambridge University, will be giving a talk entitled “Contesting Credibility: Human Rights Reporting in Mexico.” Details: Date – Tuesday 3rd June Time – 5:00pm Venue – Seminar Room B, Department of Politics and International Relations, Manor Road Ella McPherson’s research focuses on symbolic struggles surrounding the […]

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In the Shadow of the Sun

admin 31st May 2014

The OxHRH and the African Politics and History Seminar Series will be hosting the Oxford premiere of the internationally acclaimed documentary, “In the Shadow of the Sun.” This will be followed by a panel discussion with director Harry Freeland and Standing Voice managing director Jon Beale.   Details: Date – Monday 2nd June Time – […]

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Recent OxHRH Visitors

admin 30th May 2014

The Oxford Human Rights Hub has been fortunate to receive two speakers in the past fortnight. Justice Kate O’Regan, previously one of the first group of judges on the South African Constitutional Court, and a visiting professor in the law faculty, gave a fascinating seminar to students and faculty on the Comparative Human Rights course on […]

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