Business and Human Rights: Transition from Peace to Conflict Seminar
17:00-19:00 | 21 June | Deakin Room, St Anne's College, Oxford
Hosted by the Oxford Business and Human Rights Research Network and the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
How can business support or hinder the process of ...
Oxford Brooks Workshop: Zero-Sum Game of Economic Migration in Europe
Zero-Sum Game of Economic Migration in Europe
Friday, July 1st, 2016
Organised by the School of Law, in cooperation with the Centre for Diversity Policy and Practice, Oxford Brookes University
VENUE: SNOW ROOM, JOHN HENRY ...
Realizing the Right to Health for the Most Disadvantaged-Dr Liz Curran (ANU)
How can we as a society ensure that people who are the most vulnerable or have little voice can avail themselves of the protection in law that befit civilised society? Empirical Studies in Australia (similar to the UK LSRC findings) ...
Children’s and Family Law Discussion Group with John Eekelaar and Mavis Maclean
Children's and Family Law Discussion Group, which is being held today, Friday 17 June at 1.00 – 2.30 pm in Seminar Room F in the St Cross Building.
Two distinguished speakers, John Eekelaar and Mavis Maclean, CBE, are talking on ...
Oxford University Criminal Law Discussion Group: Expanding Liability for Sexual Fraud Through the Concept of ‘Active Deception’: A Flawed Approach
The Criminal Law Discussion Group is hosting Professor Alex Sharpe (Keele) on Thursday 16th June at 2pm in Seminar Room D (St Cross building). Professor Sharpe will be giving a paper entitled: Expanding Liability for Sexual Fraud ...
Recruiting Research Fellows for Sussex Law School
Research Fellow x 3 Posts, Ref 950 (fixed-term, part-time to full-time)
School of Law, Politics and Sociology - Sussex Law School
Fixed term from 01 September 2016 to 31 August 2020, part-time (0.6 FTE minimum) to full-time (to ...
A Global Audience Participates in OxHRH Webinar on The Right to Security
On Thursday June 9th, 2016 to a online global audience, Professor Liora Lazarus (Oxford University) gave a thought-provoking webinar on the right to security. The webinar was moderated by Professor Sandra Fredman, OxHRH ...
Bail for Immigration Detainees launches CrowdJustice Campaign
On Monday 13th June, Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) has launched a CrowdJustice campaign aimed at securing funding for their vital Separated Families project.
Each year, BID helps reunite around 100 families who have been ...
Oxford Science Festival- Why do People Migrate?
Why Do People Migrate?
Saturday 25 June 17:00
Venue: Oxford Town Hall, Long Room
Why do people move? How do you decide between the risk it takes to make the ...
Advanced Perspective on Comparative Constitutional Law Workshop
Advanced Perspectives on Comparative Constitutional Law
Researchers, PostDocs, PhD and Graduate students interested in Comparative Constitutional Law are welcome to participate in: Conversations with Margit Cohn, Faculty of Law, ...
Writers, Rights and Institutions
A one-day conference featuring (among others) Larry Siems (editor of Mohamadou Ould Slahi's _Guantanamo Diary_) and Ann Harrison of International PEN.
Friday 17th June, 9.00am - 7pm, Oxford Faculty of Law, The Cube
All welcome. ...
Fostering a Human Rights Community: OxHRH Graduate Student Workshop
On Friday June 3rd, 2016, the OxHRH held it's second workshop for MPhil and DPhil students at Oxford University working in the human rights.
Each student presented their work and received tailored feedback from members of the Law ...