OxHRH

Global Perspectives on Human Rights – e-Publication

laura-hilly, 23rd April 2014

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is pleased today to launch a new e-publication Global Perspectives on Human Rights: The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, 2012-2013 (OxHRH, 2014).  This anthology, edited by Laura Hilly and Claire Overman, presents the very best posts from the first 18 months of the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog. When we launched the […]

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Human Rights Law and the Treatment of Rape Victims

admin, 19th April 2014

Oxford Human Rights Hub Associate Director, Associate-Professor Liora Lazarus talks about how important it is for researchers of law to influence government policy, and how she has leveraged her own specialism in human rights to the benefit of society. This short film takes a look at the 2010 Stern Review of how rape complaints are handled […]

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Oxford Human Rights Hub Trinity Term Seminar Series 2014

admin, 18th April 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to announce the 2014 Trinity Term Seminar Series.  We hope to see you at the events below! Week 0-Tuesday April 22 Justice Michael Kirby, AC CMG former Justice of the High Court of Australia Sodomy Revived: The Supreme Court of India Reverses Naz The Cube, Law Faculty, 11am   Week 1-Wednesday […]

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Draft Modern Slavery Bill

admin, 17th April 2014

Associate Professor Liora Lazarus was invited to submit evidence to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Draft Modern Slavery Bill on 11 February 2014. The Committee was particularly concerned to hear about the human rights implications of the preventive orders proposed in the Bill. While welcoming the extent to which the Act met the positive […]

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SAJAP Receives Grant Support from the World Justice Project

admin, 11th April 2014

The Southern African Judicial Assistance Project (SAJAP) between the Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP), University of Oxford and the Democratic Governance and Rights Unit (DGRU), University of Cape Town has been awarded a grant by the World Justice Project for supporting the national judges in the Southern African region. The grant enables one student each from University of Cape Town and […]

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