The Rise of South Africa’s Education Adequacy Movement

The Rise of South Africa’s Education Adequacy Movement

This week we feature news on recent education rights litigation in South Africa and India.  In this piece, Chris ...
The Rise of South Africa's Education Adequacy Movement

The Rise of South Africa's Education Adequacy Movement

This week we feature news on recent education rights litigation in South Africa and India.  In this piece, Chris ...
SCOPPOLA v. ITALY (No. 3): A Step Backwards

SCOPPOLA v. ITALY (No. 3): A Step Backwards

In her recent post, Natasha Holcroft-Emmess critiques the European Court of Human Rights Grand Chamber (GC) ...
Scoppola v Italy (No. 3): Getting Prisoner Voting Right?

Scoppola v Italy (No. 3): Getting Prisoner Voting Right?

In Scoppola v Italy (No. 3) (Application no. 126/05, 22 May 2012) the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human ...
Election of the new Belgian Judge to the ECtHR: An all-male short list demonstrates questionable commitment to gender equality

Election of the new Belgian Judge to the ECtHR: An all-male short list demonstrates questionable commitment to gender equality

  On the 24thApril 2012, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) elected the new Belgian ...
Article 14 ECHR: the Elusive Other Status

Article 14 ECHR: the Elusive Other Status

The recent judgment of Swift v Secretary of State for Justice [2012] EWHC 2000 (QB) raises some interesting ...
Mind the Gap: the Joan Fitzpatrick Memorial Lecture on Poverty and Equality delivered by Professor Sandra Fredman

Mind the Gap: the Joan Fitzpatrick Memorial Lecture on Poverty and Equality delivered by Professor Sandra Fredman

On 24 July 2012, Professor Sandra Fredman delivered the 9th annual Joan Fitzpatrick Memorial Lecture. In light of ...
The New Politics of Socio-Economic Rights

The New Politics of Socio-Economic Rights

The wave of constitutional democracy, which was generated during the latter part of the previous century, has ...
A Message From the Dean of the Oxford Faculty of Law

A Message From the Dean of the Oxford Faculty of Law

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog officially launches this week.  Timothy Endicott, Dean of the Oxford Faculty of ...
Class Action Litigation in the United States and Europe

Class Action Litigation in the United States and Europe

Class Action Litigation in the United States and Europe: A study prepared by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for the Legal ...
Oxford Pro Bono Publico: 2012 Internship Fund Recipients

Oxford Pro Bono Publico: 2012 Internship Fund Recipients

The following candidates (pictured above with Justice Kate O'Regan) were granted 2012 Oxford Pro Bono Publico ...
Comparative Hate Speech Law: Research prepared for the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa

Comparative Hate Speech Law: Research prepared for the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa

Memorandum and Annexure prepared for the Legal Resources Centre, South Africa (LRC) to assist in the preparation ...