India’s Expanding Surveillance Scheme Violates the Right to Privacy

India’s Expanding Surveillance Scheme Violates the Right to Privacy

On 20 December, 2018, the Ministry of Home Affairs in India issued an office order authorising a plethora of ...
The Citizenship Amendment Bill in Favour of Children Born to an Iranian Mother and an Afghan Father in Iran

The Citizenship Amendment Bill in Favour of Children Born to an Iranian Mother and an Afghan Father in Iran

On 4 November 2018, the Iranian Cabinet adopted a new bill concerning the amendment of citizenship laws to ...
Trump’s Invocation of Emergency Powers over Border Wall: Is It Legal?

Trump’s Invocation of Emergency Powers over Border Wall: Is It Legal?

In recent weeks, President Trump has sent signals that he is prepared to declare a national emergency in order to ...
European Equality Law Review 2019 Call for Abstracts: European Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination Law

European Equality Law Review 2019 Call for Abstracts: European Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination Law

The European Equality Law Review now welcomes submissions for its 2019/1 and 2019/2 issues. The European Equality ...
Continued Criminalisation in Ireland’s New Abortion Law

Continued Criminalisation in Ireland’s New Abortion Law

Since the start of January lawful abortion has been available in Ireland. The passage of the Health (Regulation of ...
Jayna Kothari Appointed Senior Advocate in India

Jayna Kothari Appointed Senior Advocate in India

Jayna Kothari, an alumnus of Oxford University was recently designated as a Senior Advocate by the Karnataka High ...
“A Past Still Present”: Equal Rights Trust report explores discrimination and inequality in Egypt, eight years after the revolution

“A Past Still Present”: Equal Rights Trust report explores discrimination and inequality in Egypt, eight years after the revolution

Last week marked the 8th anniversary of the Egyptian revolution – known as the “25 January revolution” – which led ...
India’s New Transgender Bill and its Discontents

India’s New Transgender Bill and its Discontents

The government of India attempted to take a progressive step to protect the rights and dignity of transgender ...
Universal jurisdiction to the rescue: a way forward for victims of Franco-era crimes of gender-based violence?

Universal jurisdiction to the rescue: a way forward for victims of Franco-era crimes of gender-based violence?

Between the years of 1960 and 1974, Spanish lawyer and feminist activist Lidia Falcón O’Neill was detained seven ...
Vacancy-Associate Professorship at Bonavero Institute of Human Rights

Vacancy-Associate Professorship at Bonavero Institute of Human Rights

The University of Oxford is seeking to appoint an Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law, to ...
The Dollars and Cents of Human Rights: The UN Guiding Principles on Economic Reform and Human Rights

The Dollars and Cents of Human Rights: The UN Guiding Principles on Economic Reform and Human Rights

Whoever would have predicted that the cutting edge of human rights work would take us to ‘Automatic Exchange of ...
Call for Chapter Contributions:  The Times and Temporality of International Human Rights Law

Call for Chapter Contributions: The Times and Temporality of International Human Rights Law

International human rights law is a discourse with a rich and nuanced connection to time. As with other areas of ...