The Indian Supreme Court and the Missing Connection between Faith and Dress

The Indian Supreme Court and the Missing Connection between Faith and Dress

The Indian Supreme Court’s recent comments trivialising the importance of religious dress to faith have troubling ...
The Oxford Legal Walk: Monday October 19

The Oxford Legal Walk: Monday October 19

The Oxford Legal Walk is an 8km after work walk, on Monday October 19, around the sights of Oxford to raise funds ...
UNISON v Lord Chancellor: The Statistics of Tribunal Fees in the Court of Appeal

UNISON v Lord Chancellor: The Statistics of Tribunal Fees in the Court of Appeal

As discussed previously on the Blog, fees in the employment tribunal were introduced across England, Wales and ...
Santhara: Jains’ Right to Exit with Dignity

Santhara: Jains’ Right to Exit with Dignity

The Jain religion of India has been embroiled in legal controversy surrounding the practice of Santhara or ...
Gullan & Gullan Agency Becomes ‘Gold’ Member of Law Faculty Benefactors List

Gullan & Gullan Agency Becomes ‘Gold’ Member of Law Faculty Benefactors List

The Oxford University Law Faculty designated the digital design and marketing agency Gullan & Gullan a 'Gold' ...
Tackling Moral Policing in Mumbai: A Human Rights Approach

Tackling Moral Policing in Mumbai: A Human Rights Approach

In the latest news on moral policing, earlier this month the Mumbai police conducted a round of raids across ...
Fully Funded PhD at University of Liverpool: International Human Rights Law in Response to Climate Change

Fully Funded PhD at University of Liverpool: International Human Rights Law in Response to Climate Change

The University of Liverpool invites applications for a funded Doctoral Research scholarship at Liverpool Law ...
Recent Developments in the UN Human Rights Council: Traditional Values and Women’s Right to Equality in the Family

Recent Developments in the UN Human Rights Council: Traditional Values and Women’s Right to Equality in the Family

In recent years at the United Nation’s Human Right’s Council (UNHRC) an ideological challenge has been directed ...
United States Labor Relations Board Cowardly Punts its Duties

United States Labor Relations Board Cowardly Punts its Duties

Earlier this month, the United States witnessed a major setback for freedom of association. The National Labor ...
REDRESS Publishes Report on Victim Participation in Domestic Proceedings with OPBP’s Assistance

REDRESS Publishes Report on Victim Participation in Domestic Proceedings with OPBP’s Assistance

Human rights NGO REDRESS has published a new report on victim participation in criminal proceedings relating to ...
High Court in Belfast Finds the Northern Irish Executive Failed its Statutory Duty to Adopt a ‘Strategy’ to Tackle Poverty Based on ‘Objective Need’

High Court in Belfast Finds the Northern Irish Executive Failed its Statutory Duty to Adopt a ‘Strategy’ to Tackle Poverty Based on ‘Objective Need’

On 30 June 2015 the High Court in Belfast ruled [2015] NIQB 59 that the Northern Irish Executive failed its ...
Nothing Right about Children’s Rights in Pakistan

Nothing Right about Children’s Rights in Pakistan

The first week of August 2015 has been witness to what is being called Pakistan’s ‘biggest child abuse scandal’– ...