Further Background Papers on the Online Workshop: The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

Further Background Papers on the Online Workshop: The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Education Support Programme of the Open Society Foundations are getting ...
New Publication: ‘Sexual Orientation and Rights’ by Nicholas Bamforth (ed)

New Publication: ‘Sexual Orientation and Rights’ by Nicholas Bamforth (ed)

Debate about the rights of sexual minorities, whether individuals or members of same-sex couples, has become an ...
The Marikana Report: Some Justice, Part of the Truth and Many Unanswered Questions (Part II)

The Marikana Report: Some Justice, Part of the Truth and Many Unanswered Questions (Part II)

The factual context surrounding the Marikana massacre has been discussed before on this blog by Judge Dennis ...
OxHRH Deputy Directors Speak to International Human Rights Students on Human Rights in a Virtual World

OxHRH Deputy Directors Speak to International Human Rights Students on Human Rights in a Virtual World

On 16 July 2015 Dr Meghan Campbell and Dr Laura Hilly, Deputy-Directors of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, had the ...
The Marikana Report: Some Justice, Part of the Truth and Many Unanswered Questions (Part I)

The Marikana Report: Some Justice, Part of the Truth and Many Unanswered Questions (Part I)

Almost three months after the Chair of the Marikana Commission of Inquiry delivered the final report to President ...
Constitutional Reasoning About Same-Sex Marriage

Constitutional Reasoning About Same-Sex Marriage

By including same-sex couples within the constitutional right to marry, the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in ...
Southall Black Sisters: Dissent to Speak Power to Truth, Hope to Counter Hate and Violence

Southall Black Sisters: Dissent to Speak Power to Truth, Hope to Counter Hate and Violence

 Editor's Note: Pragna Patel of UK women’s organisation Southall Black Sisters (SBS) and Mauro Cabral of Global ...
Book Release: Employment Law by Professor Anne Davies (Oxford)

Book Release: Employment Law by Professor Anne Davies (Oxford)

Anne Davies’ new book is a comprehensive treatment of Employment Law aimed primarily at students and others coming ...
Samuel Pisar Travelling Fellowship awarded to Elena Butti

Samuel Pisar Travelling Fellowship awarded to Elena Butti

Oxford Pro Bono Publico is pleased to announce the first recipient of the Samuel Pisar Travelling Fellowship in ...
Background Paper and Programme for The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

Background Paper and Programme for The Challenge of Public-Private Partnerships in Realising the Right to Education

The Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Education Support Programme of the Open Society Foundations are greatly ...
The Inaugural Bob Hepple Equality Award Celebrates Equal Rights Activists and Advances Support to their Cause

The Inaugural Bob Hepple Equality Award Celebrates Equal Rights Activists and Advances Support to their Cause

Last week the global equality community united as two equal rights activists Pragna Patel of UK women’s ...
Small Steps in the Journey Towards Gender Equality on the South African Bench

Small Steps in the Journey Towards Gender Equality on the South African Bench

The 9th July 2015 was an important day for the South African judiciary. For the first time in our history, an ...