Reframing the Agenda, Repurposing the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights In Support Of Regime Change in Weak Governance Zones

Reframing the Agenda, Repurposing the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights In Support Of Regime Change in Weak Governance Zones

The governance gap - the gap between where law extends compared to where business activity goes - was a driving ...
Of Slaves and Slave Masters: Strategic Litigation to Address Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains

Of Slaves and Slave Masters: Strategic Litigation to Address Forced Labour in Global Supply Chains

Modern slavery in Qatar and other Gulf countries has received a lot of attention in light of the upcoming 2022 ...
Towards Adequate Assistance for Victims of Modern Day Slavery

Towards Adequate Assistance for Victims of Modern Day Slavery

Modern day slavery is a topic of concern across the world. International concern is justified because in the 21st ...
Ugochukwu Ezeh Takes Up OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowship

Ugochukwu Ezeh Takes Up OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowship

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and Rhodes University are delighted to announce that MPhil student Ugochukwu Ezeh has ...
The Supreme Court of Kenya Has Ordered a Fresh Election. But What Does That Mean?

The Supreme Court of Kenya Has Ordered a Fresh Election. But What Does That Mean?

As reported in an earlier blog post, on 1st September 2017, the Supreme Court of Kenya annulled the result of the ...
Historic Judgment: Kenya’s Presidential Election Declared Null and Void and Fresh Election Ordered

Historic Judgment: Kenya’s Presidential Election Declared Null and Void and Fresh Election Ordered

In an unprecedented turn of events, the Supreme Court of Kenya yesterday, in a 4-2 majority opinion, declared that ...
Children’s Rights, Illegitimacy and the Rule of Law in Malaysia

Children’s Rights, Illegitimacy and the Rule of Law in Malaysia

In A Child v National Registration Department, 25th July 2017, the Malaysian Court of Appeal held that a Muslim ...
Extra-territorial arrests by States: Did the Namibian Supreme Court get it wrong?

Extra-territorial arrests by States: Did the Namibian Supreme Court get it wrong?

The decision of Likanyi v The State, which was recently handed down by the Namibian Supreme Court, raises ...
Islam and Human Rights: A Critical Intersection

Islam and Human Rights: A Critical Intersection

Global politics is increasingly concerned with the relationship between religion and human rights. Human rights ...
Intersectional Conversations

Intersectional Conversations

"Intersectional Conversations", a special event hosted by the Faculty of Law on Thursday 28th September ...
Battling for Equality: Recognizing Civil Service Benefits in Same-sex Marriages

Battling for Equality: Recognizing Civil Service Benefits in Same-sex Marriages

The struggle for LGBTQ rights remains an embryonic fight in Asia, waiting to be further developed through advocacy ...
Call for Submissions: Indian Law Review-Literature Review

Call for Submissions: Indian Law Review-Literature Review

Indian Law Review hopes to publish at least one Literature Review (of around 10,000 words, including footnotes) in ...