Domestic Workers – The ILO Convention Comes into Force

Domestic Workers – The ILO Convention Comes into Force

On the 5th of September 2013, the ILO Domestic Workers Convention (C189) came into force. The adoption of the ...
Meet the new OxHRH Blog Editorial Team!

Meet the new OxHRH Blog Editorial Team!

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog is delighted to announce the appointment of three new Editors - Claire Overman, ...
When does the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights apply? The case of Fransson and why we should care

When does the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights apply? The case of Fransson and why we should care

The recognition of fundamental rights as part of the general principles of EU law by the Court of Justice of the ...
European Court of Human Rights Rules on Same-Sex Civil Partnerships

European Court of Human Rights Rules on Same-Sex Civil Partnerships

In the case of Vallianatos and Others v. Greece, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights held that ...
Stigma and Exclusion to Rights and Dignity: a Human Rights Approach to Poverty

Stigma and Exclusion to Rights and Dignity: a Human Rights Approach to Poverty

On 5 November 2013, Magdalena Sepúlveda Carmona, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and ...
Lessons from the South African Constitutional Court: a duty of care for police in England and Wales?

Lessons from the South African Constitutional Court: a duty of care for police in England and Wales?

Last month at the inquest of Rachael Slack, a 38 year-old woman stabbed to death by her ex-partner, the jury ruled ...
UN Immunity, Access to Justice and the Haitian Cholera Epidemic

UN Immunity, Access to Justice and the Haitian Cholera Epidemic

A few weeks ago a group of Haitian cholera victims took the extraordinary step of filing a class action suit ...
Sinking hopes? Climate Change Refugees in New Zealand

Sinking hopes? Climate Change Refugees in New Zealand

New Zealand’s Immigration and Protection Tribunal recently considered a “climate change refugee” case under its ...
Ready to Learn?

Ready to Learn?

South Africa's Legal Resources Centre (LRC) launched a new book—Ready to Learn? A Legal Resource for Realising the ...
Same Script, Different Cast: A Tale of Zambia’s Constitutional Making Process

Same Script, Different Cast: A Tale of Zambia’s Constitutional Making Process

On the 24th of October, Zambia celebrated its 49th year of Independence from British colonial rule. While Zambia ...
Same Script, Different Cast: A Tale of Zambia's Constitutional Making Process

Same Script, Different Cast: A Tale of Zambia's Constitutional Making Process

On the 24th of October, Zambia celebrated its 49th year of Independence from British colonial rule. While Zambia ...
Men and gender based violence: part of the problem, but also the solution?

Men and gender based violence: part of the problem, but also the solution?

Universities may well create the future leaders of our governments, economies, and communities—they are places of ...