Ángel: migrante afro hondureño torturado y encarcelado en México

Ángel: migrante afro hondureño torturado y encarcelado en México

Imagine que usted es padre de dos hijos en Honduras y está desesperado por encontrar un trabajo que le permita ...
Angel: Afro-Honduran migrant tortured and imprisoned in Mexico

Angel: Afro-Honduran migrant tortured and imprisoned in Mexico

Imagine that you are a father of two in Honduras and are in desperate need of a job allowing you to pay for ...
Uganda’s anti-homosexuality law and our cultural wars

Uganda’s anti-homosexuality law and our cultural wars

Future historians will reference the developments around Uganda’s anti-homosexuality law as a textbook example of ...
Indian Lip Service to the UNCRPD: Examining the Persons with Disabilities Bill 2014

Indian Lip Service to the UNCRPD: Examining the Persons with Disabilities Bill 2014

Having ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in 2007, India was ...
Will Australia learn from the EU’s mistakes on data retention?

Will Australia learn from the EU’s mistakes on data retention?

Police officers, anti-terrorism officials and politicians all tell us that we need data retention laws, especially ...
Anti-Terrorism Review Reform: Some Considerations

Anti-Terrorism Review Reform: Some Considerations

In mid-July, the UK government announced its intention to abolish the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism ...
New OxHRH Monthly Newsletter

New OxHRH Monthly Newsletter

The OxHRH has launched its new-look monthly newsletter this month - click here to read! Our new newsletters, ...
Property Rights, Pension Claims, and the Problematic Features of the ECtHR’s Proportionality Review

Property Rights, Pension Claims, and the Problematic Features of the ECtHR’s Proportionality Review

Although less mind-blowing than other recent Strasbourg judgments, the case of Stefanetti and Others v. Italy is ...
Global Law at Reading

Global Law at Reading

The School of Law at the University of Reading has just launched Global Law at Reading (GLAR), a major new ...
Federal Judge Strikes Down California Death Penalty as Unconstitutional

Federal Judge Strikes Down California Death Penalty as Unconstitutional

In a stunning – and possibly prescient – decision, United States District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney of the ...
Meriam Ibrahim is Freed: Weaving together Law, Politics and Civil Society

Meriam Ibrahim is Freed: Weaving together Law, Politics and Civil Society

This post is the second part of a two-part report by Professor Jon Yorke, following the litigation surrounding ...
Charting the Future of Development:  A Tale of Two Agendas

Charting the Future of Development: A Tale of Two Agendas

Editor's note: this post is the winning entry for the OxHRH Summer Short Essay Competition 2014.   For ...