A Conversation with Professor Kate O’Regan and Professor Sandra Fredman: What Are Human Rights?

by | Nov 25, 2016

A conversation between Kate O’Regan, Director of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford, and Sandy Fredman, Professor of Law, University of Oxford and Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub on the nature and scope of human rights, the interaction between domestic, regional and international human rights instruments and the role of judges when interpreting human rights.

 

This video was produced by the Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.

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