Is Christmas really ‘for everyone’?

Is Christmas really ‘for everyone’?

In an article criticising the notion that the government will be determining the scope of permissible private ...
B and C v. Switzerland: Assessing the Risk of Ill-Treatment against LGBTIs in Deportation Cases

B and C v. Switzerland: Assessing the Risk of Ill-Treatment against LGBTIs in Deportation Cases

On 17 November 2020, the European Court of Human Rights (the Court) delivered B and C v. Switzerland, a case ...
Municipio de Mariana Ors v BHP Plc BHP Ltd – “access [to justice] denied”

Municipio de Mariana Ors v BHP Plc BHP Ltd – “access [to justice] denied”

On 09 November 2020, Mr Justice Turner of the High Court, handed down a judgment that denied the jurisdiction of ...
South African Constitutional Court declares exclusion of domestic workers from occupational injury legislation to be unconstitutional

South African Constitutional Court declares exclusion of domestic workers from occupational injury legislation to be unconstitutional

On 20 November 2020, the South African Constitutional Court delivered judgment in Mahlangu v Minister of Labour ...
COVID-19 pandemic exposes cost of MENA governments’ lack of human rights standards for businesses

COVID-19 pandemic exposes cost of MENA governments’ lack of human rights standards for businesses

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) continues to stand out as a region with repeated and serious abuses of ...
The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

The constitutionality of section 10 of the South African Equality Act: a case for balancing the rights to equality, dignity and freedom of expression

Section 10 of the Promotion of Equality and Prevention of Unfair Discrimination Act (“the Equality Act”) has not ...
Forgetting liberté: France’s new security law imperils freedom of expression

Forgetting liberté: France’s new security law imperils freedom of expression

On Saturday 21 November, despite a nationwide lockdown, thousands took to the streets across France to protest the ...
Pakistan and disability law – The dawn of a more inclusive society?

Pakistan and disability law – The dawn of a more inclusive society?

Until the summer of this year, Pakistan did not have any adequate state legislation or any other mechanism in ...
New Online Course for International Electoral Observers

New Online Course for International Electoral Observers

The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to inform you that the Call for Applications for the brand new Online ...
Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Reading of the Fair Housing Act:  An Interpretive Approach Aligned with Legislative Policy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Reading of the Fair Housing Act: An Interpretive Approach Aligned with Legislative Policy

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s long tenure on the U.S. Supreme Court produced a limited but meaningful body of work in fair ...
New Publications from OxHRH Associates

New Publications from OxHRH Associates

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights ...
Admissions open for MSt International Human Rights Law starting September 2021

Admissions open for MSt International Human Rights Law starting September 2021

We are pleased to announce that admissions for the Master’s in International Human Rights Law at the University of ...