The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment – III: Presidential Immunity

The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment – III: Presidential Immunity

[This is the third post in the Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog's coverage of the Kenyan Court of Appeal's landmark ...
Keeping a Roof Over Your Head: Diverging Approaches to Pandemic Evictions in Brazil and the US

Keeping a Roof Over Your Head: Diverging Approaches to Pandemic Evictions in Brazil and the US

On April 28, 2020, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing issued a guidance note calling on ...
The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Identifying the Basic Structure

The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Identifying the Basic Structure

[This is the second post in the OxHRH Blog's ongoing series on the Kenyan Court of Appeal's BBI Judgment. For Part ...
MA v Denmark and Fedotova and Others v Russia: Judicial Activism in Protecting the Right to Family Life?

MA v Denmark and Fedotova and Others v Russia: Judicial Activism in Protecting the Right to Family Life?

On 9.7.21, the GC of the ECtHR found a violation of Article 8 ECHR in the case of a Syrian national enjoying ...
The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Omnibus Bill or Separate Referenda Questions?

The Kenyan Court of Appeal’s BBI Judgment: Omnibus Bill or Separate Referenda Questions?

[Editor's Note: On 20th August 2021, the Kenyan Court of Appeal delivered a landmark judgment in a set of ...
New Publications from OxHRH Associates

New Publications from OxHRH Associates

The OxHRH would like to showcase the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions ...
A.M. and Others v. Russia – Protecting the Rights of Transgender Parents

A.M. and Others v. Russia – Protecting the Rights of Transgender Parents

In A.M. and Others v. Russia, the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR”) ruled that – by terminating all contact ...
The Kenyan High Court’s BBI Judgment – II: Multiple versus Single Question Referendum

The Kenyan High Court’s BBI Judgment – II: Multiple versus Single Question Referendum

[Part II of this series discusses further issues in the Kenyan High Court's landmark judgment in David Ndii v The ...
The Kenyan High Court’s BBI Judgment – I: Constitutional Amendment through Popular Initiative

The Kenyan High Court’s BBI Judgment – I: Constitutional Amendment through Popular Initiative

[On 13th May 2021, in David Ndii v Attorney-General, the High Court of Kenya struck down a set of proposed ...
South Africa’s Constitutional Court Sets Precedent for the Prohibition of Hate Speech

South Africa’s Constitutional Court Sets Precedent for the Prohibition of Hate Speech

It is widely recognised that at the heart of the South African Constitution lies an expansive promise of equality, ...
Gruba and Others v Russia: Policemen’s Equal Access to Parental Leave

Gruba and Others v Russia: Policemen’s Equal Access to Parental Leave

It is increasingly recognised worldwide that the responsibility for taking care of children ought to be shared ...