Oskar is a DPhil candidate in Law based at the Faculty of Law, Oxford. His research is supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and looks at the values underpinning same-sex orientation rights in constitutional adjudication across different jurisdictions.
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Proposed Reforms to the UK Human Rights Act
Image description: A UK official stands at a podium with a banner behind reading 'Human Rights and Democracy'
In December 2021, the UK Government released its consultation document proposing changes to the Human Rights Act 1998. ...
LGBTQ+ Rights as Administrative Law? Tang Seng Kee v. Attorney-General
Image description: Protesters at Singapore holding boards reading "LGBT Rights are Human Rights", "Stop Invisibilising Us", and "Decriminalise LGBT People".
On 28 February 2022, the Singapore Court of Appeal handed down judgment ...
On the grounds of sex’: SCOTUS brings sexual orientation within the ambit of Title VII
On June 15 2020, the US Supreme Court decided in Bostock v. Clayton County that Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act forbids termination of employees because of their sexual orientation or because they are transgender.