New Publications from OxHRH Associates

admin - 9th November 2019

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Mohammad Amir Anwar and Mark Graham, ‘Does Economic Upgrading Lead to Social Upgrading in Contact Centers? Evidence from South Africa’ (2019) 38 African Geographical Review 209

Paul Craig, ‘The EU, Democracy and Institutional Structure: Past, Present and Future’ in Wolfgang Heusel and Jean-Philippe Rageade (eds), The Authority of EU Law, Do We Still Believe in It? (Springer, 2019)

Paul Craig, ‘Constitutional Identity in the UK: An Evolving Concept’ in Christian Calliess and Gerhard van der Schyff (eds), Constitutional Identity in a Europe of Multilevel Constitutionalism (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

Paul Craig, ‘Democracy’ in Roger Masterman and Robert Schutze (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Constitutional Law (Cambridge University Press, 2019)

Mark Graham and Mohammad Amir Anwar, ‘The Global Gig Economy: Towards a Planetary Labour Market?’ (2019) 24 First Monday 1

Laura Hoyano, ‘Terminology does matter: ‘Believe the victim’, Investigative Mindsets and Unlearned Lessons from Miscarriages of Justice’ (The Secret Barrister, 18 October 2019) <>

Miles Jackson, ‘Virtuous Accomplices in International Criminal Law’ (2019) 68 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 817

Liora Lazarus, ‘Secrecy as a Meta-Paradigmatic Challenge’ in Benjamin Goold and Liora Lazarus (eds), Security and Human Rights (Hart Publishing, 2019)

Liora Lazarus, ‘Brexit in the Supreme Court: When Populists Attack the Rule of Law, We All Lose’ (The Conversation, 26 September 2019) <>

Shona Minson, ‘Direct Harms and Social Consequences: An Analysis of the Impact of Maternal Imprisonment on Dependent Children in England And Wales’ (2019) 19 Criminology and Criminal Justice 519

Linda Mulcahy and Emma Rowden, The Democratic Courthouse: A Modern History of Design, Due Process and Dignity (Routledge, 2019)

Jamie Woodcock and Mark Graham, The Gig Economy: A Critical Introduction (Polity, 2019)

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