The Religious Views of Judges and Human Rights Adjudication: A Reply to Bamforth and Barber

The Religious Views of Judges and Human Rights Adjudication: A Reply to Bamforth and Barber

Two blog contributions have recently discussed the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the US Supreme Court and ...
Understanding Direct Discrimination Suffered ‘As a Female Muslim’ in Achbita

Understanding Direct Discrimination Suffered ‘As a Female Muslim’ in Achbita

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered its long-awaited decision in Samira Achbita v G4S ...
European Human Rights Advocacy Centre Russian Speaking Internship in NGO Skills

European Human Rights Advocacy Centre Russian Speaking Internship in NGO Skills

The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) is inviting applications from Russian speakers for a four-month ...
Book Symposium: Stories of Care: A Labour of Law

Book Symposium: Stories of Care: A Labour of Law

A new book symposium organised by the Centre for Research on Law, Equality and Diversity (LEAD) for Lydia Hayes' ...
A Legal Battle for Transgender Rights in America Is Postponed, But Not For Long

A Legal Battle for Transgender Rights in America Is Postponed, But Not For Long

On March 6, 2017, the United States Supreme Court sent back to the lower courts a case that would have decided ...
Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part III: How an ACA Repeal Would Devastate Appalachia

Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part III: How an ACA Repeal Would Devastate Appalachia

Throughout the 2016 American election cycle, most Republicans, including President Donald J. Trump, ran on ...
Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part II:  The Affordable Care Act’s First Seven Years

Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part II: The Affordable Care Act’s First Seven Years

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) turned seven last week, with a proposed legislative ...
Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part I: Genesis of the Affordable Care Act

Access, Affordability, and the American Health Reform Dilemma, Part I: Genesis of the Affordable Care Act

The debate over the government’s role in health care is not a new one, nor is the existential crisis that ...
OxHRH Spring Term Round-Up!

OxHRH Spring Term Round-Up!

The OxHRH continues to be a strong and passionate voice for upholding human rights. On January 31st, 2017, we held ...
Derogating from Fundamental Human Rights under the Turkish State of Emergency

Derogating from Fundamental Human Rights under the Turkish State of Emergency

Five days after the coup failed on 15 July 2016 in Turkey, the Turkish government declared a state of emergency ...
Judge Neil Gorsuch: A Reply to Nicholas Bamforth

Judge Neil Gorsuch: A Reply to Nicholas Bamforth

At the start of March, Nick Bamforth wrote a blog post for this site examining Judge Neil Gorsuch’s ‘Academic ...