July 4, 2018 – A New Independence Day

July 4, 2018 – A New Independence Day

In the United States, the Fourth of July is celebrated as Independence Day. Someday history books may celebrate ...
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship: Fair Work in the Platform Economy in the Global South

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship: Fair Work in the Platform Economy in the Global South

Closing Date: 31 August 2018 The Department of Mercantile and Labour Law at the University of the Western Cape ...
Friday in Focus: Chintan Chandrachud

Friday in Focus: Chintan Chandrachud

I am an associate at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, London. My practice focuses on commercial litigation, ...
Legal Actions Against Mountain Valley Pipeline Underscore Grassroots Activism’s Importance

Legal Actions Against Mountain Valley Pipeline Underscore Grassroots Activism’s Importance

The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) is a 303-mile U.S. interstate project currently under construction that would ...
Special Issue of Jurisprudence: A Book Symposium on Ruth Dukes’ The Labour Constitution

Special Issue of Jurisprudence: A Book Symposium on Ruth Dukes’ The Labour Constitution

A special issue of the journal Jurisprudence has been published, with a book symposium on Ruth Dukes’ The Labour ...
#NotMarriedat11: Legal Failures to Protect Children from Child Marriage in Malaysia

#NotMarriedat11: Legal Failures to Protect Children from Child Marriage in Malaysia

With the recent highlighting of yet another case of child marriage in Malaysia, where a 41 year old man married an ...
Coup, Constitution and the Count: Zimbabwe’s Disputed Elections

Coup, Constitution and the Count: Zimbabwe’s Disputed Elections

In November 2017, Robert Mugabe’s 38-year rule ended. At the time, I called this what it was – a coup – though ...
OxHRH Associate Tarun Khaitan Awarded the 2018 Letten Prize

OxHRH Associate Tarun Khaitan Awarded the 2018 Letten Prize

On 20 March 2018, the Letten Prize for young researchers was launched by Letten Foundation and the Young Academy ...
In Unregulated Spaces: Empowering Female Migrant Workers from India

In Unregulated Spaces: Empowering Female Migrant Workers from India

On 4 May 2018, Sheeja Das, an Indian migrant worker, was forced to jump off her employer's residence in Muscat, ...
World Bank Releases Women, Business and the Law Report

World Bank Releases Women, Business and the Law Report

Women, Business and the Law measures how laws, regulations and institutions differentiate between women and men in ...
Release of landmark report into the education of students with disability in Victoria, Australia

Release of landmark report into the education of students with disability in Victoria, Australia

Around one in every six students in the Australian state of Victoria lives and learns with disability. On 29 June ...
Friday in Focus-Ignacio de Casas

Friday in Focus-Ignacio de Casas

I started my human rights career in my native Mendoza, the land of sun and good wine, in western Argentina. I ...