OxHRH Makes Submission to the Women and Equalities Committee on The Great Repeal Bill

OxHRH Makes Submission to the Women and Equalities Committee on The Great Repeal Bill

Under the auspicies of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, Professor Sandra Fredman, FBA, QC (hon), Director of the OxHRH ...
New! RightsUp #RightNow Podcast Episode on the Death Penalty in the Middle East and North Africa

New! RightsUp #RightNow Podcast Episode on the Death Penalty in the Middle East and North Africa

In the six years following the Arab Spring, there has been a notable increase in death sentences and executions in ...
The Plight of the ‘Stateless’ Rohingyas: Probing the Fate of the Rohingya Refugees in India

The Plight of the ‘Stateless’ Rohingyas: Probing the Fate of the Rohingya Refugees in India

In the first week of 2017, a video surfaced, where the police officers in Myanmar are seen nonchalantly beating ...
What’s in a name? The criminal implications of pleasantries

What’s in a name? The criminal implications of pleasantries

In September a new batch of research assistants started at the Law Commission in London. Having collected them ...
India’s Mental Healthcare Bill 2016: a step in the right direction, but no more

India’s Mental Healthcare Bill 2016: a step in the right direction, but no more

The upper house of the Indian Parliament recently passed the Mental Healthcare Bill, 2016 (the Bill) with the aim ...
New Publication: Voting Rights of Refugees

New Publication: Voting Rights of Refugees

Voting Rights of Refugees by Ruvi Zeigler (University of Reading) develops a novel legal argument about the voting ...
Perpetuating Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of the Legal Framework Surrounding Leprosy in India

Perpetuating Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of the Legal Framework Surrounding Leprosy in India

Over several centuries, leprosy has gained notoriety as a highly contagious and incurable disease. With the advent ...
In Memoriam: Professor Sir Nigel Rodley

In Memoriam: Professor Sir Nigel Rodley

There are international lawyers who make outstanding contributions to their fields. And there are international ...
Miller, the European Union Withdrawal Bill, and the Non-explanatory Notes

Miller, the European Union Withdrawal Bill, and the Non-explanatory Notes

In her blog posting of January 24th 2017 about the decision of the Supreme Court in the Miller case, Professor ...
Public International Law Discussion Group-Adjudicating International Law in a Domestic Context (Justice Kate O’Regan)

Public International Law Discussion Group-Adjudicating International Law in a Domestic Context (Justice Kate O’Regan)

Thursday 9 February, 2017 @ 12.30 the Old Library, All Souls College, Oxford Justice Kate O’Regan, Director of ...
What kind of extremist will you be?

What kind of extremist will you be?

The UK Government’s procedure for identifying ‘dangerous extremists’ has come under legal scrutiny (at long last) ...
Aadhaar’s Bearing on India’s Public Distribution System and the Right to Food

Aadhaar’s Bearing on India’s Public Distribution System and the Right to Food

Since 1951 India's Public Distribution System (PDS) has operated as a safety net for millions of poor households. ...