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Equal Rights Trust Publishes New Report on Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws

admin 24th September 2015

A report which focuses on the devastating impact of discriminatory nationality laws in Madagascar and Nepal has been published by the Equal Rights Trust highlighting how, in some countries with such laws, women are not able to pass on citizenship to their children and identifies the myriad problems that result from this. The report, My Children’s Future: Ending Discrimination in Nationality Laws also […]

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Call for Papers: Children’s Rights in Fragile Contexts: Exploring Theoretical and Methodological Research Challenges

admin 20th February 2015

Children’s Rights in Fragile Contexts: Exploring Theoretical and Methodological Research Challenges A symposium for PhD students and early-career researchers   Saturday 6th June 2015 from 09:30 to 18:00 Harold Lee Room, Pembroke College, University of Oxford Pembroke Square, Oxford OX1 1DW, United Kingdom This symposium aims to bring together PhD students and early-career researchers from a range […]

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Event: Film Screening ‘Nowhere Home’ Thursday, 22 January 2015

admin 20th January 2015

Please join the Oxford Children’s Rights Network on a screening of the film “Nowhere Home” on Thursday, January 22nd in Seminar Room 2, at Queen Elizabeth House (Department of International Development), 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. The film documents the journeys of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in Norway who are granted temporary residence permits, but are deported to their countries of origin once they turn 18 years old […]

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Event: Film Screening 'Nowhere Home' Thursday, 22 January 2015

admin 20th January 2015

Please join the Oxford Children’s Rights Network on a screening of the film “Nowhere Home” on Thursday, January 22nd in Seminar Room 2, at Queen Elizabeth House (Department of International Development), 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. The film documents the journeys of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in Norway who are granted temporary residence permits, but are deported to their countries of origin once they turn 18 years old […]

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