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Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

admin 11th February 2015

In association with COMPAS, the Faculty of Law, Refugee Studies Centre and Oxford University Press, you are invited to attend a Launch event for Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law (Cathryn Costello & Mark Freedland (editors)) Friday, 13th February 2015 Agenda:  2:30pm          Welcome from the Editors  2:45pm          Migration Law on the Labour Law […]

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Event: How NGOs Influence International Law – Thursday, 12th February, 6:30pm

admin 10th February 2015

Oxford Lawyers Without Boarders presents: How NGOs Influence International Law A Panel Discussion Date: Thursday 12th February Place: Platneaur Room, Brasenose College Time: 6.30pm Hosted by the OxLWOB Public International Law Panel, this event brings together a panel of three experts to share their thoughts on how NGOs can influence the formation and operation of […]

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OxHRH Appoints New Deputy Directors and a Postdoctoral Fellow

admin 9th February 2015

The OxHRH is pleased to announce the appointment of Meghan Campbell and Laura Hilly as Deputy Directors of the Oxford Human Rights Hub and Laura Hilly the Postdoctoral Fellow of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. Meghan Campbell Meghan Campbell is the Weston Junior Research Fellow in Law, New College, Oxford. Her DPhil thesis in law […]

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OPBP Provides Research Assistance for GCHQ Mass Surveillance Case

admin 6th February 2015

The Investigatory Powers Tribunal found today that the sharing of intercepted mass communications between the UK and US governments before 2014 contravened Articles 8 and 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights, because the rules imposing safeguards on these activities were not made known to the public. OPBP provided comparative legal research for the claimants […]

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POMP Seminar Series: Modern Anti-Discrimination Law and Policies in a Homogenous State-Possible or Exceptive? Polish Example

admin 5th February 2015

The following seminar will be given from 5 pm on Monday the 16nd February in the European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Road, Oxford.  POMP Seminar Series: Monday 16th February Modern anti-discrimination laws and policies in a homogenous state – possible or exceptive? Polish example. Speaker: Dr Adam Bodnar (Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights) Discussant: Dr Barbara […]

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