The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part III – More Bad News

The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part III – More Bad News

This is the final post on the human rights implications of the White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill. The first ...
The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part II – Bad News

The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part II – Bad News

In a previous post, I argued that there was some good news to take from the White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill. ...
RightsUp #RightNow Podcast-We Are Never Out of the Hands of Men: The Contagious Diseases Act

RightsUp #RightNow Podcast-We Are Never Out of the Hands of Men: The Contagious Diseases Act

In the 19th century, the Contagious Diseases Acts were passed in the UK and Ireland to curtail the spread of ...
The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part I – Good News

The White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill: Part I – Good News

On Thursday 30 March, David Davis, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, gave a statement in the ...
Essop v Home Office: Proving Indirect Discrimination

Essop v Home Office: Proving Indirect Discrimination

Yesterday, the UK Supreme Court gave a much-anticipated judgment in the case of Essop v Home Office, concerning ...
Re-victimizing Victims of Sexual Assault: UK Child Benefit Laws

Re-victimizing Victims of Sexual Assault: UK Child Benefit Laws

In the last few years, the UK has been relentlessly pursuing austerity measures and drastically reducing welfare ...
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Call for Papers-Rethinking Transitional Justice: What Does It Mean Today?

Oxford Transitional Justice Research Call for Papers-Rethinking Transitional Justice: What Does It Mean Today?

A Workshop for PhD Candidates and Early-Career Researchers 22 June 2017 To mark its 10th Anniversary, OTJR is ...
Emerging concerns for human rights in childbirth: Imposed evidenced-based care as obstetric violence?

Emerging concerns for human rights in childbirth: Imposed evidenced-based care as obstetric violence?

Pregnancy and childbirth can trigger the violation of a number of rights including bodily and psychological ...
Courts and contempt powers in India: The case of Jolly LLB-2

Courts and contempt powers in India: The case of Jolly LLB-2

Although the Legislature and the Executive are the subject of regular political satire in India, last month the ...
New Human Rights Publications from Hart Publishing

New Human Rights Publications from Hart Publishing

NEW HUMAN RIGHTS LAW TITLES FROM HART PUBLISHING   20% discount for readers of the Oxford Human Rights ...
The Travel Ban as Religious Discrimination: Judges’ Engagement of Political Discourse and Recent History

The Travel Ban as Religious Discrimination: Judges’ Engagement of Political Discourse and Recent History

On March 15, 2017, two federal district courts, in Hawaii and Maryland, enjoined the enforcement of President ...
10,000 Followers on the OxHRH Twitter Feed!

10,000 Followers on the OxHRH Twitter Feed!

When we launched the OxHRH Blog in June 2012, we had a clear aspiration: to offer an intellectual space that could ...