Congratulations to OxHRH Research Director Helen Taylor on Vice Chancellor’s Award

by | May 23, 2018

Congratulations to OxHRH Research Director, Helen Taylor, on her award from the Vice-Chancellor’s Fund! This highly competitive scheme supports students in the final stages of their DPhil, and was established through donations by members of the Chancellor’s Court of Benefactors in honour of three Vice-Chancellors, Lord Neill of Bladen, Sir Richard Southwood and Sir Peter North.

Helen’s DPhil explores the court’s exercise of discretionary remedial power for enforcing the state’s positive duties in human rights. During her time at Oxford, she has contributed to many OxHRH projects that are complementary to her research,  including the recently launched online course called Learning Lessons from Litigators: Realising the Right to Education through Public Interest Lawyering.

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