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Book Release: Employment Law by Professor Anne Davies (Oxford)

admin 22nd July 2015

Anne Davies’ new book is a comprehensive treatment of Employment Law aimed primarily at students and others coming to the subject for the first time. It deals with EU law and English law, and covers both individual and collective aspects of labour law. Each topic is set in the context of wider policy considerations including […]

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Samuel Pisar Travelling Fellowship awarded to Elena Butti

admin 21st July 2015

Oxford Pro Bono Publico is pleased to announce the first recipient of the Samuel Pisar Travelling Fellowship in Human Rights – Elena Butti. Elena will undertake an internship at the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), in Bogota, Colombia, where she will work in the reparations section providing advice on the complex reparations process in […]

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Background Paper and Programme for The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

admin 21st July 2015

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Education Support Programme of the Open Society Foundations are greatly anticipating the online workshop on the Challenges of Private-Public Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education. In preparation for the workshop, the programme for the workshop can be found here. To learn more about the current debates and […]

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The Inaugural Bob Hepple Equality Award Celebrates Equal Rights Activists and Advances Support to their Cause

admin 21st July 2015

Last week the global equality community united as two equal rights activists Pragna Patel of UK women’s organisation Southall Black Sisters (SBS) and Mauro Cabral of Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE) were given the inaugural Bob Hepple Equality Award. Established by the Equal Rights Trust, the award celebrates activists whose recognition so far has […]

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