Open Letter from International Lawyers Garners Over 900 Signatures

Open Letter from International Lawyers Garners Over 900 Signatures

This Open Letter emerged from a session on ‘Refugee Crisis and Europe’ that took place at the 11th Annual ...
Dios, No Patrias, Libertad: The Dominican Republic’s Unfolding Human Rights Crisis

Dios, No Patrias, Libertad: The Dominican Republic’s Unfolding Human Rights Crisis

The Dominican Republic’s (DR) motto proudly proclaims “Dios, Patrias, Libertad”—“God, Country, Freedom.” Yet, ...
OxHRH Michaelmas Term Card

OxHRH Michaelmas Term Card

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is pleased to announce its Michaelmas Term Seminar Series. The seminars are at 1pm ...
Sustainable Development Goals: A Beacon of Light or Another Stumble in Global Governance?

Sustainable Development Goals: A Beacon of Light or Another Stumble in Global Governance?

The United Nation's new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted yesterday by the world’s leaders in a ...
External Processing of Refugee Claims: Problem or Part of the Solution? The Australian Experience

External Processing of Refugee Claims: Problem or Part of the Solution? The Australian Experience

European countries have expressed an interest in external processing of asylum claims, which would involve ...
Equal Rights Trust Publishes New Report on Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws

Equal Rights Trust Publishes New Report on Gender Discrimination in Nationality Laws

A report which focuses on the devastating impact of discriminatory nationality laws in Madagascar and Nepal has ...
Hungary’s Actions: Past the Borderline of International Law

Hungary’s Actions: Past the Borderline of International Law

As the European refugee ‘crisis’ worsens, the Hungarian government is resorting to more extreme border control ...
Are the EU Commission’s Latest Proposals Sufficient to Solve the Refugee Crisis?

Are the EU Commission’s Latest Proposals Sufficient to Solve the Refugee Crisis?

Both the ‘European family’ and the ‘European fabric’ has laid itself bare in the face of an apparently ...
Open Letter from International Lawyers: Re-opened for Signatures

Open Letter from International Lawyers: Re-opened for Signatures

This open letter emerged from a session on 'Refugee Crisis and Europe' that took place at the 11th Annual ...
The European Union’s Search for Unity as the Refugee Crisis Continues

The European Union’s Search for Unity as the Refugee Crisis Continues

Ongoing violence and war in the countries of the Middle East and Africa has led thousands of refugees to leave ...
Upcoming Virtual Talk from UC Berkeley Law: "Understanding International Human Rights Commitments:  Control Mechanisms, Legitimacy and Domestic Change"

Upcoming Virtual Talk from UC Berkeley Law: "Understanding International Human Rights Commitments: Control Mechanisms, Legitimacy and Domestic Change"

The Berkeley Comparative Anti-Discrimination Law Virtual Study Group is giving a presentation on Thursday, ...
The Mass Flight of Syrian Refugees: What are the Legal Obligations of States?

The Mass Flight of Syrian Refugees: What are the Legal Obligations of States?

More than four million refugees have fled Syria since 2011. Most of them have sought refuge in neighbouring ...