Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog on Summer Hiatus

Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog on Summer Hiatus

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog will be on summer hiatus from July 26 to Aug 2. We look forward to returning ...
Deputy-Director of the OxHRH, Dr Meghan Campbell Discusses the Hub with Continuing Education Human Rights Students

Deputy-Director of the OxHRH, Dr Meghan Campbell Discusses the Hub with Continuing Education Human Rights Students

Deputy-Director of the OxHRH, Dr Meghan Campbell, gave an insightful presentation to the Oxford University ...
LGB, T and LGBT

LGB, T and LGBT

This post reflects on a recent clarification sought by the Indian government regarding whether or not the term ...
Statelessness as a Rising Human Rights Issue in Tajikistan

Statelessness as a Rising Human Rights Issue in Tajikistan

The right to a nationality — or as Hannah Arendt put it: “a right to have rights” — has been recognised in various ...
Whole Women’s Health: A Call for Evidence-Based Regulation of Abortion

Whole Women’s Health: A Call for Evidence-Based Regulation of Abortion

Decades ago, the medical profession helped build the public-health case for decriminalising abortion, and the ...
Extending Caste Discrimination Liability to Multi-National Corporations in India: Lessons From Coca-Cola in Kerala

Extending Caste Discrimination Liability to Multi-National Corporations in India: Lessons From Coca-Cola in Kerala

The Prevention of Atrocities against Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes Act of 1989 (hereafter, ‘the Act’) in India ...
The Chakrabarti Report: Through a Human Rights Lens

The Chakrabarti Report: Through a Human Rights Lens

The week before last, the Labour Party published the report of an inquiry prompted by allegations of antisemitism ...
The Intersection of Age, Gender and Disability in the Prosecution of Sexual Violence in India

The Intersection of Age, Gender and Disability in the Prosecution of Sexual Violence in India

This post examines a petition made to the Indian Supreme Court by a rape victim’s mother. The petitioner avers ...
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 Czech Constitutional Court Strikes Down a Ban on Individual Adoption by Registered Partners

The Czech Constitutional Court Strikes Down a Ban on Individual Adoption by Registered Partners

Last week, the Czech Constitutional Court (CCC) invalidated a statutory provision prohibiting adoption by people ...
OxHRH Associate Dr Eirik Bjorge Appointed to a Senior Lectureship at Bristol University

OxHRH Associate Dr Eirik Bjorge Appointed to a Senior Lectureship at Bristol University

A warm congratulations to Dr Eirik Bjorge, on being appointed to a Senior Lectureship at Bristol ...
Over 8000 Followers on the OxHRH Twitter Page

Over 8000 Followers on the OxHRH Twitter Page

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