New Additions to the OxHRH Publications Page

New Additions to the OxHRH Publications Page

The OxHRH Publication Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights ...
Guilty of Rape, But Not Punished

Guilty of Rape, But Not Punished

On 3 February 2016, the Criminal Division of the Court of First Instance of Ghent in Belgium found a 33-year old ...
ICJ Judge Joan Donoghue speaks on the difficulty of proving Human Rights violations in front of the “World Court” at the Oxford Human Rights Program

ICJ Judge Joan Donoghue speaks on the difficulty of proving Human Rights violations in front of the “World Court” at the Oxford Human Rights Program

By starting off with a made up case of forced disappearance that led our made up victim to flee to another country ...
Velásquez Paiz et al v Guatemala: Femicide in Guatemala – Part II

Velásquez Paiz et al v Guatemala: Femicide in Guatemala – Part II

On 19 November 2015, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (‘the Court’) handed down a decision on gender-based ...
New Publication: Non-refoulement as custom and jus cogens? Putting the prohibition to the test

New Publication: Non-refoulement as custom and jus cogens? Putting the prohibition to the test

OxHRH Research Associate and Andrew W Mellon Associate Professor of International Human Rights and Refugee Law, Dr ...
L’interdiction au Maroc de rompre le jeune pendant le Ramadan est contraire aux obligations internationales des droits de l’homme de ce pays

L’interdiction au Maroc de rompre le jeune pendant le Ramadan est contraire aux obligations internationales des droits de l’homme de ce pays

Ce jeudi 16 juin 2016 d’après ce qui à été publié par le journal Marocain TelQuel, deux hommes ont été condamné à ...
Velásquez Paiz et al v Guatemala: Gender Stereotypes and Lack of Justice – Part I

Velásquez Paiz et al v Guatemala: Gender Stereotypes and Lack of Justice – Part I

In November 2015, a decade after the sexual assault and murder of a young Guatemalan woman, the Inter-American ...
New Report: The Impact of Being Wrongly Accused of Abuse in Occupations of Trust: Victims’ Voices

New Report: The Impact of Being Wrongly Accused of Abuse in Occupations of Trust: Victims’ Voices

The University of Oxford has conducted a study into the impact of false accusations of abuse on professionals who ...
Morocco’s Prohibition on Breaking Fast During Ramadan Violates The Right to Freedom of Religion and Belief

Morocco’s Prohibition on Breaking Fast During Ramadan Violates The Right to Freedom of Religion and Belief

On Thursday, 16th of June 2016, according to what was reported by the Moroccan newspaper TelQuel, two men have ...
Access to Justice Foundation-Oxford Legal Walk-October 17

Access to Justice Foundation-Oxford Legal Walk-October 17

The Access to Justice Foundation is hosting the Oxford Legal Walk on Monday 17 October at 5pm. The annual 10km ...
The Exclusion of Romani Communities from Non-Emergency Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Programs

The Exclusion of Romani Communities from Non-Emergency Drug Treatment and Rehabilitation Programs

One of the most pressing issues regarding Europe’s most marginalised ethnic minority remains their restricted ...
European Court of Human Rights Rules on Greek Debt Restructuring

European Court of Human Rights Rules on Greek Debt Restructuring

There is a seemingly endless stream of cases originating from the Greek crisis, which has preoccupied the ...