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Event: ‘Leadership in the Age of Choice’ – 26 February 2015

admin 24th February 2015

St John’s College invites you to a lecture by Nadia Motraghi, Barrister, Old Square Chambers on the topic ‘Leadership in the Age of Choice’. Since graduating Nadia has held a number of diverse roles: Law Commission researcher, Frank Knox Fellow at Harvard University, lecturer, and now a barrister, member of the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal, author and TV commentator. […]

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OLA Featured in the Oxford Mail

admin 1st December 2014

OLA volunteers are hard at work assisting in interviewing immigration clients, preparing bail applications for those detained at Campsfield Detention Centre and researching issues surrounding personal debit. The work OLA has been doing in the local community with Turpin & Miller LLP and Citizens Advice Bureau has recently been showcased in the Oxford Mail.   […]

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Oxford Pro Bono Publico Welcome Event and Informal Information Session

admin 24th November 2014

The 2014-2015 OPBP Executive Committee held its first welcome and informal information session on 18 November 2014. It was well attended with a huge turnout of graduate students interested in learning more about OPBP, how to get involved as volunteers or project coordinators and the OPBP Internship Fund. OPBP was grateful to have the Dean […]

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JUSTICE 2014 Human Rights Law Conference – October 20th

admin 18th October 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce that it will be providing coverage of the JUSTICE Human Rights Law Conference on 20 October 2014. View the full programme here. Event Details One of the highlights of the human rights lawyer’s CPD calendar and a key opportunity to update your legal knowledge and gain valuable insight into the human rights […]

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Oxford Pro Bono Publico Symposium: Public Interest Lawyering in the Twenty-First Century

Kate Mitchell 26th May 2014

On 24 May 2014, Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP) hosted its inaugural symposium on ‘Public Interest Lawyering in the Twenty-First Century’. Fifty students, academics and practitioners gathered at Pembroke College, Oxford, to discuss the challenges facing pro bono and public interest lawyers today, as well as the impact of OPBP’s pro bono research over the […]

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Sustainable Connections in East Africa

admin 26th May 2014

Following on from our successful conference last month ‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ in Rwanda last month, the Oxford Human Rights Hub continues to forge sustainable partnerships in East Africa. At the invitation of Dr Francois Xavier Kalinda, acting Dean of the University of Rwanda, OxHRH Director, Professor Sandra Fredman visited the University of Rwanda in Butare following […]

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‘Women and Poverty’ Conference Begins 28 April 2014!

admin 27th April 2014

Our international conference ‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ begins in Kigali, Rwanda tomorrow. The conference will be formally opened tomorrow morning, 28 April 2014, by the First Lady of Rwanda, Her Excellency, Madame Jeannette Kagame, with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rwanda Hon. Professor Sam Rugege, Professor Timothy Endicott, Dean of the […]

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'Women and Poverty' Conference Begins 28 April 2014!

admin 27th April 2014

Our international conference ‘Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Approach’ begins in Kigali, Rwanda tomorrow. The conference will be formally opened tomorrow morning, 28 April 2014, by the First Lady of Rwanda, Her Excellency, Madame Jeannette Kagame, with the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rwanda Hon. Professor Sam Rugege, Professor Timothy Endicott, Dean of the […]

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Global Perspectives on Human Rights – e-Publication

Laura Hilly 23rd April 2014

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is pleased today to launch a new e-publication Global Perspectives on Human Rights: The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, 2012-2013 (OxHRH, 2014).  This anthology, edited by Laura Hilly and Claire Overman, presents the very best posts from the first 18 months of the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog. When we launched the […]

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