Killing Time: A Comment on the Case of Brandon Astor

Killing Time: A Comment on the Case of Brandon Astor

On 3 February 2016, the State of Georgia executed a 72 year old man - Brandon Astor – by lethal injection. Astor ...
The Ramifications of Kenya’s Decision to Expel Refugees From Dadaab Camp

The Ramifications of Kenya’s Decision to Expel Refugees From Dadaab Camp

The Kenyan government has come under sharp criticism following its decision to return refugees in Dadaab Camp back ...
New Report: Intersectional Discrimination in EU Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination by Professor Sandra Fredman

New Report: Intersectional Discrimination in EU Gender Equality and Non-Discrimination by Professor Sandra Fredman

Professor Sandra Fredman, Director of the OxHRH has just completed a comprehensive report, Intersectional ...
The 2016 Kalisher Trust Internship at JUSTICE

The 2016 Kalisher Trust Internship at JUSTICE

JUSTICE is recruiting for The Kalisher Trust internship which will take place from October 2016 to January 2017, ...
New Publication: The Public Law of Gender: From Local to Global-Katharine G Young and Kim Rubenstein (eds)

New Publication: The Public Law of Gender: From Local to Global-Katharine G Young and Kim Rubenstein (eds)

With the worldwide sweep of gender-neutral, gender-equal or gender-sensitive public laws in international ...
Human Rights Protections in Northern Ireland: How to Make the Best Out of a Bad Situation

Human Rights Protections in Northern Ireland: How to Make the Best Out of a Bad Situation

Recent political developments give reason to be disheartened about the future protection and safeguarding of ...
Bail for Immigration Detainees Meets Initial Fundraising Target

Bail for Immigration Detainees Meets Initial Fundraising Target

Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) is delighted to have reached their initial ‘all or nothing’ fundraising ...
Ireland’s Abortion Ban: Subjecting Women to Suffering and Discrimination

Ireland’s Abortion Ban: Subjecting Women to Suffering and Discrimination

Ireland has one of the world’s most restrictive abortion law regimes. Following a referendum in 1983, the 8th ...
Bob Hepple Equality Awards TONIGHT

Bob Hepple Equality Awards TONIGHT

The Equal Rights Trust and the Industrial Law Society are delighted to invite you to the Bob Hepple Equality Award ...
Two Kinds of Pluralism and the Future of Affirmative Action

Two Kinds of Pluralism and the Future of Affirmative Action

Fisher v. Texas II, decided this week in a startling opinion by Justice Kennedy for a 4-3 majority of a ...
Pathways to Social and Economic Welfate: Considering Affirmative Action Policies in Brazil

Pathways to Social and Economic Welfate: Considering Affirmative Action Policies in Brazil

Dr Mathieu Turgeon (Universidade de Brasilia) and Dr Philip Habel (University of Glasgow) are organising a ...