Improving the Law for Pregnant Women and Working Parents

Improving the Law for Pregnant Women and Working Parents

Earlier this year I wrote about the preliminary data that the Australian Human Rights Commission (“AHRC”) had ...
The Foundation for Law Jusitce and Society Events

The Foundation for Law Jusitce and Society Events

The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society in association with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio-Legal ...
A House Divided: Grappling with Affirmative Action in South Africa

A House Divided: Grappling with Affirmative Action in South Africa

It doesn’t require much imagination to see that affirmative action policies implemented for the good of society ...
New Publication: ‘Whither the Prostitution Industry?’

New Publication: ‘Whither the Prostitution Industry?’

Justice Dhaya Pillay, who last year was a visiting fellow at the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article ...
New Publication: 'Whither the Prostitution Industry?'

New Publication: 'Whither the Prostitution Industry?'

Justice Dhaya Pillay, who last year was a visiting fellow at the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has published an article ...
The Violence Must Stop – Abuse of Police Power in Hong Kong’s Democracy Protests

The Violence Must Stop – Abuse of Police Power in Hong Kong’s Democracy Protests

In ruling out genuine choice in all future Chief Executive elections in Hong Kong, the Government has done ...
The Violence Must Stop – Abuse of Police Power in Hong Kong's Democracy Protests

The Violence Must Stop – Abuse of Police Power in Hong Kong's Democracy Protests

In ruling out genuine choice in all future Chief Executive elections in Hong Kong, the Government has done ...
Why are so Many Students Dumfounded by the Question: “What’s Wrong with Human Rights?”

Why are so Many Students Dumfounded by the Question: “What’s Wrong with Human Rights?”

I often find that one of the best questions to ask prospective trainee barristers is: “what’s wrong with human ...
Call for Applications:  OPBP Executive Committee 2014-2015

Call for Applications: OPBP Executive Committee 2014-2015

Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP), the Oxford Law Faculty’s pro bono research organisation, is looking for graduate ...
Executive Powers of the President under the Sierra Leonean Constitution

Executive Powers of the President under the Sierra Leonean Constitution

Executive Powers of the President under the Sierra Leonean Constitution: Report to the Sierra Leone Constitutional ...
Is An Obsession With Foreign Investment Eroding Democracy in Papua New Guinea?

Is An Obsession With Foreign Investment Eroding Democracy in Papua New Guinea?

Often described as “an island of gold floating on a sea of oil”, Papua New Guinea (PNG) is one of the top ten ...
Public Consultation on the Overhaul of Hong Kong Anti-Discrimination Laws

Public Consultation on the Overhaul of Hong Kong Anti-Discrimination Laws

On 7 October 2014, the Hong Kong Equal Opportunities Commission (“EOC”) will conclude its inaugural review of the ...