Navigating the Troubled Waters of Religious Accommodation

Navigating the Troubled Waters of Religious Accommodation

Recent reports concerning a situation in York University, Toronto, have reignited discussion on the complex ...
Reviewing Koushal: Counting Down the Errors Apparent on the Face of the Record

Reviewing Koushal: Counting Down the Errors Apparent on the Face of the Record

The seven review petitions filed in the case of Koushal v Naz Foundation (“Koushal”) are an exercise in drawing up ...
Judicial Review of Migrant Detention in Europe: In Search of Effectiveness and Speediness

Judicial Review of Migrant Detention in Europe: In Search of Effectiveness and Speediness

  Detention has been highlighted in recent years by a number of international and non-governmental ...
Palestinian Refugees in Syria: A Primer For Advocacy

Palestinian Refugees in Syria: A Primer For Advocacy

In the face of crisis, it is very easy for those of us in neither government nor humanitarian work to switch off ...
Prosecuting in the Public Interest: CPS Guidelines from Assisted Suicide to Social Media

Prosecuting in the Public Interest: CPS Guidelines from Assisted Suicide to Social Media

Although the DPP’s consent is required before a prosecution for assisted suicide can be brought, the discretion ...
Should There Be A Human Rights Approach for Environmental Protection?

Should There Be A Human Rights Approach for Environmental Protection?

Is climate change just an environmental issue or also a human rights issue? Do we need a new international ...
The CJEU’s Ruling in AMS and the Horizontal Effect of the Charter

The CJEU’s Ruling in AMS and the Horizontal Effect of the Charter

In its judgment in AMS (15 January 2014), the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on ...
The CJEU's Ruling in AMS and the Horizontal Effect of the Charter

The CJEU's Ruling in AMS and the Horizontal Effect of the Charter

In its judgment in AMS (15 January 2014), the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on ...
Jones and Others v UK: Immunity or Impunity?

Jones and Others v UK: Immunity or Impunity?

The recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Jones and Others v UK represents a missed opportunity ...
Safety of Sex-Workers Again at the Centre in Canada (Attorney General) v Bedford

Safety of Sex-Workers Again at the Centre in Canada (Attorney General) v Bedford

Earlier this year, I argued that the ONCA gave a comprehensive and nuanced assessment of Canada’s criminal ...

OPBP Project Work – Frequently Asked Questions

Who are OPBP projects for? Each of OPBP’s projects begins life as a proposal, which sets out the context of the ...
The UN Sanctions Regime Against Terrorists: Suggested Changes

The UN Sanctions Regime Against Terrorists: Suggested Changes

The current UN sanctions regime against terrorists does not secure due process rights. Allowing the International ...