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Prof Davina Cooper, Law & Political Theory, University of Kent asks: What kind of world would you like to live in?

admin 31st October 2014

What kind of world would you like to live in? In many countries of the global north, where pragmatism has replaced idealism, and resignation has replaced action, there is an ever greater need to imagine our worlds otherwise. Critique, resistance and opposition are important political strategies. Small scale initiatives and reforms make life better for […]

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OxHRH

OxHRH 2013-2014 Report Available Now

admin 23rd October 2014

The OxHRH is thrilled to announce the publication of its 2013-2014 annual report. The report, written and edited by Claire Overman, Laura Hilly and Karl Laird, and designed by the team at Gullan & Gullan looks back at the many successes of the OxHRH over the past year, including our 2014 conference on women and poverty […]

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OLA

Graduate Students Working with Turpin & Miller LLP

admin 21st October 2014

OLA is pleased to announce that they are continuing to develop and strengthen their relationship with Turpin & Miller LLP. Graduate students will now be assisting lawyers at Turpin & Miller in preparing bail applications for individual detained at Campsfield, an immigration detention centre. OLA is thrilled to continue to work the Turpin and Miller to […]

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OLA

Graduate Students Working with Turpin & Miller LLP

admin 21st October 2014

OLA is pleased to announce that they are continuing to develop and strengthen their relationship with Turpin & Miller LLP. Graduate students will now be assisting lawyers at Turpin & Miller in preparing bail applications for individual detained at Campsfield, an immigration detention centre. OLA is thrilled to continue to work the Turpin and Miller to […]

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The OxHRH and HRFG Visiting Fellow Professor Fiona de Londras

admin 12th October 2014

The OxHRH and the Oxford Martin School Human Rights for Future Generations is pleased to announce that Professor Fiona de Londras (Durham) will be a visiting Fellow for both programmes during Michaelmas Term! A professor of law at Durham University, Prof. de Londras co-directed the Durham Human Rights Centre from 2012-2014. Prior to joining Durham in […]

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Master’s in International Human Rights Law – Scholarships Available

admin 11th October 2014

The Oxford Department for Continuing Education is pleased to announce that admissions for the Master’s in International Human Rights Law are now open for the course starting September 2015. This part-time degree – involving online distance learning and two summer residentials held at New College, Oxford – is designed for lawyers and other human rights advocates […]

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