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Europol's Investigations into the Trafficking of Human Beings

admin 24th June 2014

The Human Trafficking Discussion Group is hosting Sergio D’Orsi, of Europol, to lead a discussion on Europol’s investigations into the trafficking of human beings.   Details: Date – 24 June Time – 6:30pm Venue – The Mure Room, Merton College, OX1 4JD   Trafficking in human beings (THB) affects all EU countries, with the number of victims […]

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Protecting the Future of the Children of Burma

admin 20th June 2014

The International Gender Studies Centre at Lady Margaret Hall is hosting a seminar entitled “Protecting the Future of the Children of Burma.”   Details: Date – 20 June Time – 2:00pm Venue – Old Library, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford   Sarah Armitage, UK National Director at Partners Relief and Development will share images and stories […]

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Another Successful Year for OLA

admin 19th June 2014

Oxford Legal Assistance (OLA) has continued to flourish this year and continues to attract consistently high levels of interest from undergraduate law students, as in previous years. OLA has operated three pro bono projects this year, working in partnership with  a local law firm, Turpin and Miller LLP, the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) and Bail […]

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Equal Rights Trust Panel on Affirmative Action

admin 18th June 2014

Professor Sir Bob Hepple QC, the Chair of The Equal Rights Trust, will facilitate an interactive panel discussion at the UCL on the big question, “Does Affirmative Action Create Unfair Advantage?” Panellists Gay McDougall, Helen Mountfield, Kate O’Regan, Ted Shaw and Dimitrina Petrova will engage with the audience to explore some of the key issues […]

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OxHRH Receives British Academy Grant

admin 17th June 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a five year grant from the British Academy. This grant will go towards the development of the OxHRH Blog, to ensure that it remains a prominent global forum for the exchange of human rights experiences. You can read more about this award here.

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