A Special Relationship? Preserving the Human Rights of Terrorist Suspects in Extradition Cases

A Special Relationship? Preserving the Human Rights of Terrorist Suspects in Extradition Cases

The recent case of Babar Ahmad and Others v United Kingdom represents the final stage in the European appeal ...
Human Rights and the UK Constitution

Human Rights and the UK Constitution

UK human rights law has been the subject of considerable controversy over the past few years. A new report that I ...
Reanimating Equality

Reanimating Equality

How do equality norms look when visualised through the lens of a social practice? In this post, Dr Cooper ...
Horizontal Application of the Right to Education in India

Horizontal Application of the Right to Education in India

A Full Bench of the Supreme Court of India delivered the long awaited judgment on the constitutionality of the ...
Elusive Equalities Workshop: Live-blog

Elusive Equalities Workshop: Live-blog

This week Laura Hilly and Chris McConnachie will be live-blogging from the Oxford Human Rights Hub's inaugural ...
Trapped between the Fences

Trapped between the Fences

Following Laura's post on new Australian policies on asylum seekers, events on Israel's border with Egypt shed ...
Getting real on children’s rights: Is offshore processing compatible with Australia’s legal obligations to child refugee applicants?

Getting real on children’s rights: Is offshore processing compatible with Australia’s legal obligations to child refugee applicants?

Amidst the fierce debate surrounding the report of the Expert Panel on Asylum Seekers (Houston Report) and the ...
Getting real on children's rights: Is offshore processing compatible with Australia's legal obligations to child refugee applicants?

Getting real on children's rights: Is offshore processing compatible with Australia's legal obligations to child refugee applicants?

Amidst the fierce debate surrounding the report of the Expert Panel on Asylum Seekers (Houston Report) and the ...
Stigma and Stereotyping of Asylum Seekers: Is this the Australia We Want?

Stigma and Stereotyping of Asylum Seekers: Is this the Australia We Want?

Continuing with our Australian asylum seeker theme this week, the Oxford Human Rights Blog is delighted to welcome ...
Australia’s new offshore processing laws for asylum seekers raise doubt over Australia’s commitment to fundamental human rights and beyond

Australia’s new offshore processing laws for asylum seekers raise doubt over Australia’s commitment to fundamental human rights and beyond

On 16 August 2012, the Migration Legislation (Regional Processing and Other Measures) Bill 2012 was passed in the ...
Australia's new offshore processing laws for asylum seekers raise doubt over Australia’s commitment to fundamental human rights and beyond

Australia's new offshore processing laws for asylum seekers raise doubt over Australia’s commitment to fundamental human rights and beyond

On 16 August 2012, the Migration Legislation (Regional Processing and Other Measures) Bill 2012 was passed in the ...
Same-Sex Marriage: Transforming to an Institution of Equals

Same-Sex Marriage: Transforming to an Institution of Equals

There is a substantial amount of debate in Australia currently regarding same-sex marriage, with parliamentary ...