The Belgian Burkini Ban, Dead in the Water?

The Belgian Burkini Ban, Dead in the Water?

On the 5th of July, the Ghent court of first instance held a ban on burkinis in two public swimming pools to ...
A Timely Intervention: Dutch Court declares that the State has Positive Duties under the European Convention on Human Rights to tackle Climate Change

A Timely Intervention: Dutch Court declares that the State has Positive Duties under the European Convention on Human Rights to tackle Climate Change

The Court of Appeal in the Netherlands has just issued a landmark judgment concerning environmental human rights ...
Discrimination in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

Discrimination in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

The dawn of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been celebrated by both government and industry across the globe. AI ...
Lawyers for a People’s Vote

Lawyers for a People’s Vote

Lawyers for a People’s Vote has been established to support the calls for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal ...
Lessons for the Future: the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Childhood Abuse

Lessons for the Future: the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Childhood Abuse

Australia’s inquiry into childhood institutional abuse has lessons for other jurisdictions, especially the UK. ...
2018: A year of international judicial progress in LBGT+ rights

2018: A year of international judicial progress in LBGT+ rights

2018 has seen a flurry of activity in the advancement and development of LGBT+ rights in the international sphere. ...
Indian Gay Rights Case opens gateways for Article 15 and Intersectionality

Indian Gay Rights Case opens gateways for Article 15 and Intersectionality

In a landmark judgment on 6th September, 2018, a five judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court of India in ...
Deporting Rohingya Refugees: Indian Supreme Court Violates Principle of Non-refoulement

Deporting Rohingya Refugees: Indian Supreme Court Violates Principle of Non-refoulement

On 4 October 2018, a three judge bench of the Supreme Court of India refused to stay the deportation of seven ...
Courts and Climate Change II: Appeals Court Upholds Landmark Ruling in Dutch Climate Case

Courts and Climate Change II: Appeals Court Upholds Landmark Ruling in Dutch Climate Case

The Hague Court of Appeals has upheld its human rights-based landmark ruling in the historic Climate Case that ...
Scholarships for Master’s in International Human Rights Law

Scholarships for Master’s in International Human Rights Law

Scholarships are available for our part-time Master’s in International Human Rights Law at the University of ...