Elusive Equalities Workshop

by | Aug 8, 2012

The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) is hosted its inaugural workshop, ‘Elusive Equalities: Sex, Gender and Women’, from 11-12 September 2012 at Pembroke College in Oxford. The workshop explored current challenges to achieving gender equality and how human rights frameworks can be used to address these challenges. There was an exciting line-up of speakers and participants, including leading academics and practitioners from the UK, Brazil, Botswana, Canada, India, South Africa, and Sri Lanka.

 

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