Bărbulescu v. Romania: The Next Step in the Continuing Struggle for Standards for Workplace Communication Monitoring

Bărbulescu v. Romania: The Next Step in the Continuing Struggle for Standards for Workplace Communication Monitoring

On 5 September, the Grand Chamber (GC) of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) delivered its judgment in ...
Call for Papers: Land and Property in a Contested Terrain

Call for Papers: Land and Property in a Contested Terrain

The Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) and the South African Journal on Human Rights (SAJHR) will convene a ...
The Indian Supreme Court’s “Curative” Hearing in the “LGBT Case”

The Indian Supreme Court’s “Curative” Hearing in the “LGBT Case”

In 2009, the High Court of Delhi decriminalized same-sex relations between consenting adults in India, holding ...
The OxHRH Participates in The Africa Oxford Initiative

The OxHRH Participates in The Africa Oxford Initiative

The OxHRH was delighted and had a lot of fun participating in The Africa Oxford Initiative! The team discussed ...
OPBP Project on the Rights of Uber Drivers

OPBP Project on the Rights of Uber Drivers

OPBP, partnered with the Social Law Project at the University of the Western Cape, has recently produced a report ...
Atmospheric Trust Litigation: Offering Hope To India’s Hapless Adivasi Community

Atmospheric Trust Litigation: Offering Hope To India’s Hapless Adivasi Community

The all-encompassing phenomenon of anthropogenic climate change has endangered the lives and livelihood of ...
The Kenyan Supreme Court Overturns Presidential Election Results: Of Forms 34As, Bs and Cs

The Kenyan Supreme Court Overturns Presidential Election Results: Of Forms 34As, Bs and Cs

On 8 August 2017, Kenya held her second General Election under the 2010 Constitution. This was the first time an ...
Book Colloquium: Voting Rights of Refugees

Book Colloquium: Voting Rights of Refugees

In this book colloquium Dr. Ruvi Ziegler will discuss his new book Voting Rights of Refugees, published in January ...
Director Sandra Fredman Participates in ‘Good Work: Roundtable on the Taylor Review’

Director Sandra Fredman Participates in ‘Good Work: Roundtable on the Taylor Review’

Director Sandra  Fredman is participating today in the Oxford Labour Law Discussion Group round table discussion ...
Road to repeat poll in Kenya: Is legislative amendment the cure?

Road to repeat poll in Kenya: Is legislative amendment the cure?

The unprecedented decision of the Supreme Court of Kenya (SCOK) to invalidate the presidential poll in August 2017 ...
CJEU in Kalliri: Solidifying Indirect Sex Discrimination

CJEU in Kalliri: Solidifying Indirect Sex Discrimination

Does the European Council Directive 76/207 (as amended by Directive 2002/73), which implements the principle of ...
Catalonia: The Right to Secede and the Right to Self-Determination

Catalonia: The Right to Secede and the Right to Self-Determination

In an address to the Parliament of Catalonia on 10th October 2017, the President of Catalonia issued a ‘suspended’ ...