The Dawn of Devolved Government in Kenya

The Dawn of Devolved Government in Kenya

In a landmark paper on Kenyan politics, Daniel Branch and Nic Cheeseman developed the term “bureaucratic-executive ...
Towards Tangible Rights In Ghana: With Painful Steps And Slow

Towards Tangible Rights In Ghana: With Painful Steps And Slow

As far back as 1993, in the first year of her Fourth Republic, Ghana’s Supreme Court ruled that the Public Order ...
Hate Speech in Sri Lanka: How a New Ban Could Perpetuate Impunity

Hate Speech in Sri Lanka: How a New Ban Could Perpetuate Impunity

In June 2014, an altercation between a Buddhist monk and two Muslims resulted in a public rally in Aluthgama—a ...
Striking a Fine Balance: A Welcome Judicial Review of Executive Discretion in MM

Striking a Fine Balance: A Welcome Judicial Review of Executive Discretion in MM

On 3 December 2015, the High Court (Administrative Division) of England and Wales rendered an important decision ...
Jade and Conflict in Myanmar: Regional Regulatory Instruments, Regulatory Gaps and Future Implications for Ethical Business

Jade and Conflict in Myanmar: Regional Regulatory Instruments, Regulatory Gaps and Future Implications for Ethical Business

Global Witness has recently presented the findings of a  twelve-month investigation which revealed how the jade ...
Indigenous Rights Litigation meets Global Climate Change in Queensland Australia

Indigenous Rights Litigation meets Global Climate Change in Queensland Australia

Indigenous rights are currently going head to head with global climate injustice in Queensland, Australia. An ...
OxHRH and Open Society Foundations Contributes to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education Annual Report to the UN General Assembly

OxHRH and Open Society Foundations Contributes to the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to education Annual Report to the UN General Assembly

On 29th of July, 2015, the Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Open Society Foundations (OSF) presented a live ...
Griffiths v Department of Work and Pensions: Adjusting Reasonable Adjustments

Griffiths v Department of Work and Pensions: Adjusting Reasonable Adjustments

What is it that UK courts don’t get about positive treatment in discrimination law? A book could be written on the ...
Call for Applicants: 42 Bedford Row Disability Law Essay Prize

Call for Applicants: 42 Bedford Row Disability Law Essay Prize

42 Bedford Row Disability Law Essay Prize *Call for Applicants* The 42 Bedford Row Disability Law Essay ...
Human Rights for Future Generations Seminar-Environmental, Sustainability, Population and Intergenerational Justice by Prof Simon Caney (Oxford)

Human Rights for Future Generations Seminar-Environmental, Sustainability, Population and Intergenerational Justice by Prof Simon Caney (Oxford)

 'Environmental Sustainability, Population and Intergenerational Justice' with Prof Simon CaneyMore information ...
Thank You for Supporting the OxHRH in 2015!

Thank You for Supporting the OxHRH in 2015!

The Oxford Human Rights Hub will be taking a short break over the festive season until early January, 2016. Before ...
Defending Privacy on a Global Scale: The Task of the Century

Defending Privacy on a Global Scale: The Task of the Century

Ever since Edward Snowden revealed the existence of the United States’ and other governments’ massive and ...