Speech and Spies: Why Sri Lanka’s New Counterterrorism Law is a Terrible Idea

Speech and Spies: Why Sri Lanka’s New Counterterrorism Law is a Terrible Idea

A year ago, Sri Lanka promised the world that it would repeal its current Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA). In a ...
Special Edition of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law: Women and Poverty-A Human Rights Perspective

Special Edition of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law: Women and Poverty-A Human Rights Perspective

The OxHRH is thrilled to announce the publication of a special edition of the African Journal of International and ...
Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Perspective

Women and Poverty: A Human Rights Perspective

Despite a renewed global commitment to reduce extreme poverty and achieve gender equality, women throughout the ...
The Least Dangerous Branch: Whose Role is it to Protect Parliamentary Sovereignty? Miller and the Human Rights Implications of Brexit

The Least Dangerous Branch: Whose Role is it to Protect Parliamentary Sovereignty? Miller and the Human Rights Implications of Brexit

One of the extraordinary outcomes of the Brexit referendum has been the insistence that the Government is entitled ...
New Publications from the OxHRH Team and Associates

New Publications from the OxHRH Team and Associates

The OxHRH Publication Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights ...
Miller: Winning Battles and Losing Wars

Miller: Winning Battles and Losing Wars

The claimants in Miller won the first round of the legal battle, since the High Court concluded that Parliament’s ...
A First Take on Miller – with a Note on the Human Rights Perspective

A First Take on Miller – with a Note on the Human Rights Perspective

The High Court today handed down its decision in Miller v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union.  As ...
An English Duty to Have ‘Due Regard’ – An Effective Means of Upholding Children’s Rights?

An English Duty to Have ‘Due Regard’ – An Effective Means of Upholding Children’s Rights?

In its Third Report of Session 2016–17, scrutinising the Children and Social Work Bill, the Joint Committee on ...
Business Law Workshop: Vexatious Claims – A rational choice theory challenge to the case for employment tribunal fees

Business Law Workshop: Vexatious Claims – A rational choice theory challenge to the case for employment tribunal fees

Jeremais Prassl (University of Oxford & OxHRH Associate) and Abi Adams (University of Oxford) will be speaking ...
Having Regard to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Having Regard to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

The Third Report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights for the Session 2016-7 has recommended the inclusion of a ...
Invitation to Attend the Herb Smith Freehills Oxford Disability Moot

Invitation to Attend the Herb Smith Freehills Oxford Disability Moot

You are invited to attend the Grand Final and Conversazione of the Herbert Smith Freehills Oxford Disability ...
Brexit: Foundational Constitutional and Interpretive Principles: II

Brexit: Foundational Constitutional and Interpretive Principles: II

This should be read with the previous posting. They are both designed to reveal underlying issues of ...