Adjudicating Religious Minority Rights: Stavropoulos and others v. Greece

Adjudicating Religious Minority Rights: Stavropoulos and others v. Greece

Stavropoulos and Others v. Greece questioned Greece’s respect for religious minority rights. When Mr. and Mrs. ...
Choking the Non-Governmental Organisations: Amnesty India and the Regulation of Foreign Funding

Choking the Non-Governmental Organisations: Amnesty India and the Regulation of Foreign Funding

On 29 September 2020, Amnesty International India (“Am-India”) halted its operations within the country after the ...
South Africa calls for comments on progressive GBV Bill

South Africa calls for comments on progressive GBV Bill

Structural and legislative innovations aim to respond to gender-based violence plaguing South Africa. Recently, ...
MOOC on Promoting and Protecting Human Rights: a Global Overview

MOOC on Promoting and Protecting Human Rights: a Global Overview

The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to inform you that registrations for the MOOC on Promoting and ...
Arbitrary & Disproportionate Criminalisation of Marginalised Communities: A Countermap of Pandemic Policing in India

Arbitrary & Disproportionate Criminalisation of Marginalised Communities: A Countermap of Pandemic Policing in India

The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project studied 34,000 arrest records and 500 First Information ...
New book from OxHRH Associate Jonathan Herring: Domestic Abuse and Human Rights

New book from OxHRH Associate Jonathan Herring: Domestic Abuse and Human Rights

Jonathan Herring has written a new book: Domestic Abuse and Human Rights, published by Intersentia.  The book ...
Kenya’s Constitutional Court Certifies Structural Interdict as an Interlocutory Remedy

Kenya’s Constitutional Court Certifies Structural Interdict as an Interlocutory Remedy

Kenya's constitutional court has demonstrated its flexibility in facilitating the progressive realisation of the ...

New Publications from OxHRH Associates

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights ...
A Bittersweet Day: Two equality rights decisions handed down by the High Court of Hong Kong

A Bittersweet Day: Two equality rights decisions handed down by the High Court of Hong Kong

 In recent years, the Hong Kong courts have recognised the equality rights of various same-sex couples in a number ...
Online Talk: Baby Steps: The Gender Division of Childcare during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Online Talk: Baby Steps: The Gender Division of Childcare during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Professor Sarah smith, University of Bristol, & Professor Cameron Hepburn, INET Oxford and The Smith ...
Unprecedented onslaught on activists and human rights defenders in Belarus

Unprecedented onslaught on activists and human rights defenders in Belarus

News stories emerging from Belarus resemble a gruesome shopping list of human rights abuses. Authorities have ...