A drought-stricken and marginalised Tharparkar: The right to water and COVID-19 in Pakistan

A drought-stricken and marginalised Tharparkar: The right to water and COVID-19 in Pakistan

The people of Tharparkar (Thar), Pakistan, called ‘Tharis’, have been facing water scarcity for years. In the ...
Climate Fund Case: Climate Litigation reaches the Brazilian Supreme Court

Climate Fund Case: Climate Litigation reaches the Brazilian Supreme Court

Hailed as a milestone in Brazilian climate change litigation, a landmark decision by the Supreme Court has ...
Race and Rights in the UK – Do Black Lives Matter Today?

Race and Rights in the UK – Do Black Lives Matter Today?

This is an online event, you will receive the link to join the event on July 29th. You can sign up for the event ...
Black Lives Matter and Forgotten Oppressions: Gender, patriarchy and  the lack of safe space – 7pm BST 29 July (Zoom)

Black Lives Matter and Forgotten Oppressions: Gender, patriarchy and the lack of safe space – 7pm BST 29 July (Zoom)

Reflecting on the movement since the tragic death of a Black man in Minnesota, we apply an intersectional lens to ...
University of Oxford Law Faculty Student Zoom: ‘Anti-Blackness and Anti-Racism in Law: How Can Students Organise?’

University of Oxford Law Faculty Student Zoom: ‘Anti-Blackness and Anti-Racism in Law: How Can Students Organise?’

Over the past several months, many people have sought to confront the scourge of systemic racism and racial ...
Uber v Heller and the Prospects for a Transnational Judicial Dialogue on the Gig Economy – II

Uber v Heller and the Prospects for a Transnational Judicial Dialogue on the Gig Economy – II

In the coming days, labour lawyers from around the world will be tuning in to watch the arguments in Uber v Aslam. ...
Uber v Heller and the Prospects for a Transnational Judicial Dialogue on the Gig Economy – I

Uber v Heller and the Prospects for a Transnational Judicial Dialogue on the Gig Economy – I

Across the world, Gig employers are now facing a legal reckoning in the highest courts. On 21st July, the issue of ...
COVID and the Constitution: Breaking Down Canada’s First Pandemic Charter Challenge

COVID and the Constitution: Breaking Down Canada’s First Pandemic Charter Challenge

On May 5th Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) adopted the strictest pandemic border restrictions in Canada. Through ...
National Security and Constitutional Rights: Recent Developments in Hong Kong

National Security and Constitutional Rights: Recent Developments in Hong Kong

The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special ...
Discriminatory Torture of an LGBTI Person: Landmark Precedent Set by the Inter-American Court

Discriminatory Torture of an LGBTI Person: Landmark Precedent Set by the Inter-American Court

Earlier this year, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) issued a landmark judgment Azul Rojas Marín ...
Human Rights Centre in Timor-Leste selected as success story by the European Union

Human Rights Centre in Timor-Leste selected as success story by the European Union

The Global Campus of Human Rights is very proud to announce that, on June 15th, the European Union selected the ...
Legal Capacity, Disability and Human Rights: Changes and Challenges

Legal Capacity, Disability and Human Rights: Changes and Challenges

The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities recognizes in Article 12 the equal right to exercise ...