The French Council of State on the Burkini – Part 1: “Reflections on Public Order”

The French Council of State on the Burkini – Part 1: “Reflections on Public Order”

On 26 August 2016, in an ordinance titled “Ligue des droits de l'homme et autres - association de défense des ...
EUNAVFOR Med: A Military Operation on Shifty Waters

EUNAVFOR Med: A Military Operation on Shifty Waters

EUNAVFOR Med (referred to in this post as the “Operation”) was commissioned by the European Council on 18th May, ...
Call for Volunteers for Oxford Legal Assistance

Call for Volunteers for Oxford Legal Assistance

Oxford Legal Assistance (OLA), the Oxford Law Faculty's legal clinic organization is looking for graduate student ...
Triggering Article 50: R (Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the European Union (Continued)

Triggering Article 50: R (Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the European Union (Continued)

Alison Young continues her analysis of the Miller case before the High Court. The first part, concerning ...
OxHRH Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on Brexit

OxHRH Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on Brexit

Under the auspicies of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, Professor Sandra Fredman, Director of the OxHRH and Rhodes ...
Triggering Article 50: R (Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the European Union

Triggering Article 50: R (Miller and others) v Secretary of State for the Exiting of the European Union

The High Court in London is currently hearing a challenge to the position of the UK Government that it can trigger ...
Publication Launch of the Third Edition of the OxHRH Blog Anthology: Global Perspectives on Human Rights

Publication Launch of the Third Edition of the OxHRH Blog Anthology: Global Perspectives on Human Rights

We are delighted to announce that this year’s edition of Global Perspectives on Human Rights is now ...
Drone Journalism and Regulatory Challenges in India

Drone Journalism and Regulatory Challenges in India

Drones can be used for journalism, alongside many other civilian purposes. Ethical considerations such as safety ...
Analysing Proposals for a ‘Presumption to Derogate’ from Human Rights Laws in Armed Conflicts

Analysing Proposals for a ‘Presumption to Derogate’ from Human Rights Laws in Armed Conflicts

On 4 October 2016, The Guardian reported that the UK Government will introduce plans to suspend the application of ...
New Human Rights Law Titles from Hart Publishing

New Human Rights Law Titles from Hart Publishing

NEW HUMAN RIGHTS LAW TITLES FROM HART PUBLISHING   20% discount for readers of the Oxford Human Rights ...
Questioning the constitutionality of newly appointed Electoral Commissioners in Namibia

Questioning the constitutionality of newly appointed Electoral Commissioners in Namibia

The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) tweeted that the swearing-in of newly ‘elected’ commissioners would take ...