Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar: A Conspiracy to Commit Genocide-Miles Jackson (Oxford University)

Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar: A Conspiracy to Commit Genocide-Miles Jackson (Oxford University)

Please join Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) for the following event: A Conspiracy to Commit ...
Local Politics of International Justice in Kenya: How the ICC let the case slip away (Part I)

Local Politics of International Justice in Kenya: How the ICC let the case slip away (Part I)

In the wake of the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) decision to drop charges against the Deputy President of ...
Inter-American Court Judgment Against Costa Rica on In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF): A Challenge to the Court’s Enforcement Authority

Inter-American Court Judgment Against Costa Rica on In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF): A Challenge to the Court’s Enforcement Authority

The Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ (IACtHR) recent order that Costa Rica invalidate a Supreme Court ...
OxHRH Publications Page an Innovative Research and Teaching Resource

OxHRH Publications Page an Innovative Research and Teaching Resource

The OxHRH is pleased to unveil its Publication Page. It is an exciting new teaching and research resource that ...
James Rooney and Ugochukwu Ezeh Awarded OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowships

James Rooney and Ugochukwu Ezeh Awarded OxHRH-Rhodes University Fellowships

The OxHRH and Rhodes University are delighted to announce that James Rooney and Ugochukwu Ezeh have been awarded a ...
New Zealand on the Verge of Implementing Pay Equity

New Zealand on the Verge of Implementing Pay Equity

Current New Zealand legislation prohibits gender discrimination in pay rates for men and women who perform ...
OxHRH Seminar Rescheduled to May 13

OxHRH Seminar Rescheduled to May 13

OxHRH has rescheduled its upcoming seminar with Professor Anne Lofaso (Western Virginia University) from Tuesday ...
Human Rights Advisory Panel urges the UN to compensate Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian families for lead poisoning in IDP camps

Human Rights Advisory Panel urges the UN to compensate Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian families for lead poisoning in IDP camps

On 8 April 2016, the Human Rights Advisory Panel (HRAP) released its long-awaited opinion in the case of N.M & ...
Oxford Legal Assistance Project Partner-Turpin & Miller LLP Featured in The Guardian

Oxford Legal Assistance Project Partner-Turpin & Miller LLP Featured in The Guardian

Oxford Legal Assistance (OLA) Project Partner, Tom Giles, a solicitor at Turpin & Miller LLP has recently been ...
The History of Human Rights Society in Singapore 1965-2015

The History of Human Rights Society in Singapore 1965-2015

2015 marked Singapore’s golden jubilee — the nation of 5.5 million people celebrated 50 years of independence, ...
Upcoming Seminar-Public Health and Human Rights-Current Challenges and Possible Solutions

Upcoming Seminar-Public Health and Human Rights-Current Challenges and Possible Solutions

Admissions to the Seminar “Public Health and Human Rights – Current Challenges and Possible Solutions” (19 May ...