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 ...
Online Event: ‘The Genocide Convention – A Solution or Part of the Problem?’

Online Event: ‘The Genocide Convention – A Solution or Part of the Problem?’

Free online event via Zoom, Wednesday 2 December 2020, 6.30-7.30pm Is the necessity to prove ‘special intent’ ...
The Redundancy of Opposition: Patriots Only in Hong Kong’s “Legislature”

The Redundancy of Opposition: Patriots Only in Hong Kong’s “Legislature”

On 11 November 2020, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) decided to disqualify four ...
Taking Free Speech Seriously: The Right to Advocate Secession in Hong Kong

Taking Free Speech Seriously: The Right to Advocate Secession in Hong Kong

Tony Chung, an advocate of Hong Kong independence, has been charged with secession and conspiring to publish ...
Joint Report Examines ‘Systemic’ Corruption in the South African Water Sector—But What Of Human Rights?

Joint Report Examines ‘Systemic’ Corruption in the South African Water Sector—But What Of Human Rights?

A seminal joint report published by the Water Integrity Network and Corruption Watch earlier this year critically ...
BIICL Event ‘When Private Vessels Rescue Migrants: Legal Implications’

BIICL Event ‘When Private Vessels Rescue Migrants: Legal Implications’

27 November 2020 | 15.30 - 17.00 (UK time)  The past 2 decades have seen growing numbers of migrants, and would-be ...
New MOOC on Children Deprived of Liberty: Enacting the Recommendations of the UN Global Study

New MOOC on Children Deprived of Liberty: Enacting the Recommendations of the UN Global Study

  In 2019 the UN Global Study on Children Deprived of Liberty drew the world’s attention to an appalling ...
Film: In Solidarity – The Migration Blanket

Film: In Solidarity – The Migration Blanket

In Solidarity - The Migration Blanket is a collaborative artwork created during COVID-19 by Refugee and Asylum ...
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion of Equality

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion of Equality

When Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in September, the U.S. Supreme Court lost one of its last remaining ...
Right to a Better World-Documentary Series

Right to a Better World-Documentary Series

Health is a human right, and tactics learned from the human rights movement can help ensure every person access to ...
UK’s ‘no notice’ immigration policy unlawfully interfered with the right to access to justice, holds Court of Appeal

UK’s ‘no notice’ immigration policy unlawfully interfered with the right to access to justice, holds Court of Appeal

Until March 2019, the UK operated an immigration policy – set out in Chapter 60 of the General Instructions to ...