New Publication: Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship?

New Publication: Independence Referendums: Who Should Vote and Who Should be Offered Citizenship?

In this EUDO CITIZENSHIP Forum Debate, several authors consider the interrelations between eligibility criteria ...
New Publication: ‘The Syria crisis, displacement and protection’

New Publication: ‘The Syria crisis, displacement and protection’

Our colleagues at the Refugee Studies Centre have just released a new publication - Forced Migration Review issue ...
The Latest Developments from the Public Law Project

The Latest Developments from the Public Law Project

PLP is recruiting a trainee solicitor through the Justice First Fellowship; a scheme which has been established to ...
New publication: ‘Addressing Disparate Impact: Indirect Discrimination and the Public Sector Equality Duty’

New publication: ‘Addressing Disparate Impact: Indirect Discrimination and the Public Sector Equality Duty’

Professor Sandra Fredman, Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article in the Industrial Law ...
New publication: 'Addressing Disparate Impact: Indirect Discrimination and the Public Sector Equality Duty'

New publication: 'Addressing Disparate Impact: Indirect Discrimination and the Public Sector Equality Duty'

Professor Sandra Fredman, Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article in the Industrial Law ...
China’s Participation in Global Climate Governance: Reflections from an Ethical Perspective

China’s Participation in Global Climate Governance: Reflections from an Ethical Perspective

Over the past years, China's role in global climate negotiations has become ever more crucial and controversial. ...
China's Participation in Global Climate Governance: Reflections from an Ethical Perspective

China's Participation in Global Climate Governance: Reflections from an Ethical Perspective

Over the past years, China's role in global climate negotiations has become ever more crucial and controversial. ...
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Rhodes Project

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Rhodes Project

The Rhodes Project, a London-based research centre which collects data about women Rhodes Scholars, celebrated its ...
Four Ways Businesses Are Advancing Peace and Religious Freedom

Four Ways Businesses Are Advancing Peace and Religious Freedom

Last week, a groundbreaking new religious freedom & business resource highlights four ways that businesses are ...
Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence of the Impact of Human Rights -Prof Paul Hunt (Essex)

Women’s and Children’s Health: Evidence of the Impact of Human Rights -Prof Paul Hunt (Essex)

In 2011, Professor Paul Hunt (UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, 2002-2008) was asked by Dr. Flavia ...
Women's and Children's Health: Evidence of the Impact of Human Rights -Prof Paul Hunt (Essex)

Women's and Children's Health: Evidence of the Impact of Human Rights -Prof Paul Hunt (Essex)

In 2011, Professor Paul Hunt (UN Special Rapporteur on the right to health, 2002-2008) was asked by Dr. Flavia ...
Recent British Court Decisions on the Death Penalty: Letting the British Government off the Noose? -Reader Jon Yorke (BCU)

Recent British Court Decisions on the Death Penalty: Letting the British Government off the Noose? -Reader Jon Yorke (BCU)

Recent British court decisions have considered the UK export of chemical substances used for lethal injection in ...

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