The Justiciability of the Right to Education in the post – 2015 Development Agenda

The Justiciability of the Right to Education in the post – 2015 Development Agenda

CLPR in collaboration with the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa is organised a two day conference on ‘The ...
Menstrual Hygiene – the Bloody Road to Substantive Equality

Menstrual Hygiene – the Bloody Road to Substantive Equality

Menstruation is a taboo subject for too many people, male and female alike, leading to misunderstanding, ...
Caste Discrimination under UK law: Chandhok v Tirkey

Caste Discrimination under UK law: Chandhok v Tirkey

The extent to which the Equality Act 2010 (EqA) protects against discrimination on grounds of caste was a vexed ...
Ireland’s Marriage Equality Referendum

Ireland’s Marriage Equality Referendum

Today the Irish electorate is voting in a referendum to explicitly permit of same-sex marriage. If passed, the new ...
Abortion As A Human Right: Should the Law in Northern Ireland Be Reformed?

Abortion As A Human Right: Should the Law in Northern Ireland Be Reformed?

Why do women living in Northern Ireland have to travel to London to have an abortion? At an event hosted by Oxford ...
Taking the Needs of Future Generations into Account: the Case of Wales

Taking the Needs of Future Generations into Account: the Case of Wales

The issue of long-term governance is gaining attraction around the world. Many governments are looking into ...
Book Launch and Roundtable: 'Sovereign Finance and Human Rights' – 9 June 2014

Book Launch and Roundtable: 'Sovereign Finance and Human Rights' – 9 June 2014

Professor Andreas Føllesdal, Oslo, Prof Sheldon Leader, Essex, Professor Rosa Maria Lastra, Queen Mary and ...
Book Launch and Roundtable: ‘Sovereign Finance and Human Rights’ – 9 June 2014

Book Launch and Roundtable: ‘Sovereign Finance and Human Rights’ – 9 June 2014

Professor Andreas Føllesdal, Oslo, Prof Sheldon Leader, Essex, Professor Rosa Maria Lastra, Queen Mary and ...
The Prior Sanction Requirement Under Indian Public Law

The Prior Sanction Requirement Under Indian Public Law

On 27 April 2015, the Supreme Court of India (SC) passed judgment in D.T. Virupakshappa v. C. Subhash, a case ...
Oxford University Student Rajkiran Barhey Receives a Prestigious Fulbright Award to the US

Oxford University Student Rajkiran Barhey Receives a Prestigious Fulbright Award to the US

  Rajkiran Barhey, a graduate from Hertford College, Oxford University has received a Leon Jaworski ...
The Legal Implications of a Repeal of the Human Rights Act 1998 and Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights

The Legal Implications of a Repeal of the Human Rights Act 1998 and Withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights

The return of a majority Conservative government in last week’s general election in the UK has made the ...