Oxford Human Rights Hub

The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) aims to bring together academics, practitioners, and policy-makers from across the globe to advance the understanding and protection of human rights and equality. Through the vigorous exchange of ideas and resources, we strive to facilitate a better understanding of human rights principles, to develop new approaches to policy, and to influence the development of human rights law and practice.

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A Conversation with Justice Majiedt of the South African Constitutional Court

A Conversation with Justice Majiedt of the South African Constitutional Court

Oxford Human Rights Hub · A Conversation with Justice Majiedt of the South African Constitutional Court In this episode, we speak to Justice Steven Majiedt of the Constitutional Court of South Africa on the unique history of South ...
The Cost Of Living Crisis and Human Rights

The Cost Of Living Crisis and Human Rights

Oxford Human Rights Hub · The Cost Of Living Crisis and Human Rights In this episode Ilham Abdalla Tagelsir Ali talks to Maria Emilia Mamberti and Allison Corkey from the Centre for Social and Economic Rights on human rights and ...
Gauri Pillai on the Indian Abortion Decision

Gauri Pillai on the Indian Abortion Decision

Oxford Human Rights Hub · Gauri Pillai on the Indian Abortion Decision TRANSCRIPT: RightsUp Pops: Gauri Pillai on the Indian Abortion Decision Mónica Arango Olaya (0:02) You’re listening to RightsUp Pops, a podcast from the ...
CEDAW, the Law and Intersectionality: Using Legislation to Improve the Health of Women Being Left Behind

CEDAW, the Law and Intersectionality: Using Legislation to Improve the Health of Women Being Left Behind

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is delighted to announce our keynote speaker event for Michaelmas Term 2022: CEDAW, the Law and Intersectionality: Using Legislation to Improve the Health of Women Being Left Behind In this seminar, ...
Proposed Bill of Rights in the UK

Proposed Bill of Rights in the UK

Proposed Bill of Rights in the UK is a blog series by the Oxford Human Rights Hub exploring the potential impacts of the proposed bill on constitutional and human rights.  Aoife O'Donoghue & Colin Murray: "The Bill of Rights ...
Judicial Independence in Developing Democracies: International Virtual Conference

Judicial Independence in Developing Democracies: International Virtual Conference

This one-day international conference discusses the nature and scope of judicial independence in the Global South. Register here! Organised by School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University; this conference is scheduled for 22 ...
Dobbs v Jackson: A Role for Equality?

Dobbs v Jackson: A Role for Equality?

TRANSCRIPT: RightsUp Episode: Dobbs v Jackson: A Role for Equality?  Gauri Pillai (0:11) You’re listening to RightsUp, a podcast from the Oxford Human Rights Hub. My name is Gauri Pillai, and I am Managing Editor of the ...
Summer Programme-The Governance of Sport and Human Rights

Summer Programme-The Governance of Sport and Human Rights

The first summer course on sports governance and human rights, which the Asser Institute is organizing in collaboration with the Centre for Sport and Human Rights and FIFPro, will run from 5-9 September in The Hague. We focus on ...
A Historic Moment: The Drafting of the New Chilean Constitution

A Historic Moment: The Drafting of the New Chilean Constitution

TRANSCRIPT: RightsUp Episode: Professor Roberto Gargarella   Gautam Bhatia (0:09) You’re listening to Rights Up, a podcast from the Oxford Human Rights Hub. My name is Gautam Bhatia, and I’m a Post-Doctoral Research ...
Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez on the Burkini Judgment

Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez on the Burkini Judgment

TRANSCRIPT: Professor Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez on the Burkini Judgment  Daniil Ukhorskiy (0:03) On the 21st of June, the Conseil d’État, France’s highest appellate court for administrative cases, upheld an injunction on a ...
Exponential Inequalities Series: A Compilation

Exponential Inequalities Series: A Compilation

Human rights experts tell stories of inequalities from around the world, revealing how these inequalities have been exacerbated during crises like the COVID-19 pandemic. This four-part series takes a deep dive into whether equality ...
“That’s the Key Question: Institutional Responsibility for Inequality (Episode 4)

“That’s the Key Question: Institutional Responsibility for Inequality (Episode 4)

Human rights experts reveal how we could reform equality law to make sure it protects the most vulnerable in times of crisis. This is the last episode of a four-part series. The series takes a deep dive into whether equality law is ...