Event: Business and Human Rights: Do businesses really promote human rights?

Event: Business and Human Rights: Do businesses really promote human rights?

Join Oxford Lawyers Without Borders for a critical review of the extent to which businesses promote HR in ...
Valuing the Work of Community Lawyers’ to Resolve Systemic Problems – The Productivity Commission Report on Access to Justice Arrangements in Australia

Valuing the Work of Community Lawyers’ to Resolve Systemic Problems – The Productivity Commission Report on Access to Justice Arrangements in Australia

In the past decade or more in Australia, creeping managerialism and efforts to reduce funding of services under ...
Nonsense on Stilts? Tommy the Chimp’s Legal Battle for ‘Non-Human Person Rights’ in the New York Courts

Nonsense on Stilts? Tommy the Chimp’s Legal Battle for ‘Non-Human Person Rights’ in the New York Courts

Tommy has been imprisoned for most of his life. Locked in a room in upstate New York, he has no money and cannot ...
The Benefits of Using Equality and Non-Discrimination Strategies in Litigating Economic and Social Rights – New Guide Published

The Benefits of Using Equality and Non-Discrimination Strategies in Litigating Economic and Social Rights – New Guide Published

Socio-economic inequality is the biggest human rights and development challenge today. At the Equal Rights Trust ...
Introducing the OxHRH Blog’s New Editors!

Introducing the OxHRH Blog’s New Editors!

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Editors to our team.  Heather ...
Introducing the OxHRH Blog's New Editors!

Introducing the OxHRH Blog's New Editors!

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Editors to our team.  Heather ...
Court Makes Unprecedented Step Appointing “Claims Administrator” to Ensure State Compliance with Court Order

Court Makes Unprecedented Step Appointing “Claims Administrator” to Ensure State Compliance with Court Order

A landmark judgement handed down on 12th December 2014 in the case of Linkside & Others v Minister of ...
Progress of the World’s Women 2015: Are we there yet?

Progress of the World’s Women 2015: Are we there yet?

Professor Sandra Fredman and Associate Professor Beth Goldblatt, with the assistance of Meghan Campbell, have ...
Progress of the World's Women 2015: Are we there yet?

Progress of the World's Women 2015: Are we there yet?

Professor Sandra Fredman and Associate Professor Beth Goldblatt, with the assistance of Meghan Campbell, have ...
Capital Punishment in China: Room for Cautious Optimism?

Capital Punishment in China: Room for Cautious Optimism?

Recent weeks have seen the resumption of executions in Jordan, after an 8-year de facto moratorium, and in ...
OPBP makes Submission to House of Commons Committee on the Human Rights of Non-nationals under ‘A New Magna Carta’

OPBP makes Submission to House of Commons Committee on the Human Rights of Non-nationals under ‘A New Magna Carta’

On 1 January 2015, Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP) made a submission to the Political and Constitutional Reform ...
Human Rights and the Arms Trade Treaty

Human Rights and the Arms Trade Treaty

Regular readers of the blog will recall previous posts from Dr Gilles Giacca on the Arms Trade Treaty, which was ...