A Gap opens for South Africa to do Right on the ICC

A Gap opens for South Africa to do Right on the ICC

The South African government deposited on 7 March 2017 with the UN Secretary General a document that is as ...
Improving Legal Literacy in the Struggle for the Right to Education

Improving Legal Literacy in the Struggle for the Right to Education

On 15 February 2017, a partnership of civil society organisations that have been involved in rights-based ...
OxHRH Managing Editor and Team Runner Up at LSE Featherstone Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Moot

OxHRH Managing Editor and Team Runner Up at LSE Featherstone Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Moot

OxHRH Managing Editor, Tom Lowenthal, Elle Tait and Surabhi Shukla (OPBP and OLA) came in runners-up in the 2nd ...
What’s in a Name? Identity of Children in Criminal Proceedings Heads to Court

What’s in a Name? Identity of Children in Criminal Proceedings Heads to Court

The North Gauteng High Court has recently considered the protection of identity for child victims, witnesses and ...
International Women’s Day 2017

International Women’s Day 2017

For International Women's Day 2017, the Oxford Law Faculty asked academics and DPhil candidates: what remains to ...
Comparative and International Education Society: Problematizing Inequality Conference

Comparative and International Education Society: Problematizing Inequality Conference

On March 7, OxHRH Deputy-Director Meghan Campbell alongside Tanvir Muntasim (Action Aid), Salima Namusobya ...
Judge Gorsuch’s Academic Pedigree

Judge Gorsuch’s Academic Pedigree

In articles published on 4th February 2017, the Times and Guardian newspapers drew attention to the intellectual ...
China’s New Circuit Tribunals Allow Tighter Control of Judiciary

China’s New Circuit Tribunals Allow Tighter Control of Judiciary

China's new system of circuit tribunals makes access to the justice system more convenient for ordinary citizens. ...
First Group v Paulley: Towards Accessible and Inclusive Public Transport?

First Group v Paulley: Towards Accessible and Inclusive Public Transport?

First Group Bus v Paulley is the first UK Supreme Court (or House of Lords) case on reasonable adjustments in ...
The South Asian Law Discussion Group: Blasphemy, Law and Violence in Pakistan

The South Asian Law Discussion Group: Blasphemy, Law and Violence in Pakistan

The South Asian Law Discussion Group is pleased to invite you to the second talk for this term. We are delighted ...