SAJAP: Facilitating Justice in Namibia

SAJAP: Facilitating Justice in Namibia

Last year, we featured reflections from Claire Palmer and Rachel Clement on their experiences working as OPBP ...
Seminar: Conscientious Objection in Turkey: Conscription and the Myth of the Military Nation

Seminar: Conscientious Objection in Turkey: Conscription and the Myth of the Military Nation

You are warmly invited to the public seminar organized by Kellogg College, University of Oxford in which Dr Ozgur ...
George Washington University-Oxford Summer School in International Human Rights Law

George Washington University-Oxford Summer School in International Human Rights Law

We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2016 Summer School in International ...
Bombay High Court makes Right to Clean Toilets a Fundamental Right for Women in India

Bombay High Court makes Right to Clean Toilets a Fundamental Right for Women in India

Some women in India have to risk their life and sexual integrity when they decide to go to the toilet. Others who ...
Recent Developments in the Australian Health Policy Further Undermine the Right to Health

Recent Developments in the Australian Health Policy Further Undermine the Right to Health

As a developed country, Australia has a generally high standard of health care. Various kinds of public ...
Pakistan: A Paradoxical Divinity

Pakistan: A Paradoxical Divinity

The 4 January 2016 marked five years since the Punjab governor Salman Taseer was killed by a member of his own ...
Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture-Personal Data protection: The contribution of the European Court of Human Rights

Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture-Personal Data protection: The contribution of the European Court of Human Rights

The Fourth annual Sir Jeremy Lever Lecture will take place at 5pm on Friday of Week 3. The venue will be The ...
The strange case of Amos Yee: whither free speech and children’s rights in Singapore?

The strange case of Amos Yee: whither free speech and children’s rights in Singapore?

On 27th March 2015 as Singaporeans mourned the death, four days earlier, of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew ...
OxHRH’s Second Working Paper Series:  Gender, Race and Poverty-Addressing Multiple Identities Through Law

OxHRH’s Second Working Paper Series: Gender, Race and Poverty-Addressing Multiple Identities Through Law

The OxHRH is thrilled to announce the publication of its second working paper series based on our conference ...

OPBP Completes Report on Reparations and Remedies for Victims of Sexual and Gender Based Violence

OPBP has recently completed a Report investigating the remedies and reparations for victims of sexual and gender ...