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New Publication: Research Methods in Human Rights

admin 1st June 2017

Methodological discussion has largely been neglected in human rights research, with legal scholars in particular tending to address research methods and methodological reflection implicitly rather than explicitly. This book advances thinking on human rights methodology, offering instruction and guidance on the methodological approaches to human rights research. Seeking to bridge the methodological deficit often compounded […]

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NEW RightsUp #RightNow Podcast-Transforming the Law: Transgender Rights in the United States

admin 30th May 2017

In May of 2016, the Obama administration issued federal guidance that stated transgender people are protected according to United States civil rights law preventing sex discrimination in schools. It was a historic move, in response to a wave of cases making their way through federal courts regarding discrimination against transgender people. But in February 2017, […]

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Race and the Law-How Police and Judicial System Protects and Undermines the Rights of Ethnic Minorities

admin 30th May 2017

Race and the Law – How the Police and Judicial System Protects and Undermines the Rights of Ethnic Minorities Tzuzuki Lecture Theatre Ruth Deech Building St Anne’s College 5-6.30 p.m. Tuesday May 30   Speakers will include:   Dr Alpa Parmar (Departmental Lecturer in Criminology, Oxford University) Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa (Strategic Lead for Diversity […]

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See It From Her : Borderless-Celebrating Difference

admin 25th May 2017

See It From Her Presents: ‘Borderless: Celebrating Difference’ 11th June, 12pm-10pm Trinity Centre Bristol Programme: An all day event of women taking back power and space. The event will explore identity and celebrate difference through discussions, workshops, performances and imagery. ALL DAY: SIFH’s self-portrait exhibition: ‘Powerful Women’ exploring identity, by women in Bristol. Stalls from […]

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