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Syria Speaks in Oxford

admin 10th June 2014

Join Syrian artists and writers in Oxford for readings and discussions on cultural resistance in the country. The line-up will include award-winning Damascus-based novelist Khaled Khalifa, cinematographer and visual artist Khalil Younes, writer and filmmaker Zaher Omareen, and authors Malu Halasa and Robin Yassin-Kassab. Details: Date – 13 June Time – 6:30pm Venue – Ashmolean Museum, Oxford Full details and information on how to […]

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OxHRH reaches 400 posts

admin 8th June 2014

The OxHRH Blog has reached a milestone of 400 posts since its inception in June 2012. We would like to thank our authors and regional correspondents for their tireless efforts in covering cutting-edge human rights developments across the globe. To take part in our global discussion on human rights, please see our guidelines on how to […]

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Vote in the Gender Justice Uncovered Awards

admin 6th June 2014

The Gender Justice Uncovered Awards were created by Women’s Link Worldwide to highlight decisions or statements made in the context of a legal process which have a positive or negative impact on gender equality. There are awards for the decisions which have had both the most positive and the most negative impact on gender equality. […]

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OxHRH Anthology Available for Purchase

admin 5th June 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce that print copies of its anthology, “Global Perspectives on Human Rights,” are available for purchase. The anthology, edited by Laura Hilly and Claire Overman in close consultation with Professor Sandra Fredman, thematically groups together the very best posts appearing on the OxHRH up until December 2013.  We hope it will be […]

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Sexual Violence in Modern Myanmar

admin 4th June 2014

The Oxford Burma Alliance will be hosting a roundtable on sexual violence in Burma. It will be chaired by Dr Kirsten McConnachie, Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellow at the Refugee Studies Centre and Lady Margaret Hall. Participants will include Zoya Phan from Burma Campaign UK and Dr Phyllis Ferguson from Oxford Transitional Justice Research.   […]

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