Indian Supreme Court Holds For Gender Equality in the Army

Indian Supreme Court Holds For Gender Equality in the Army

On 17th February, 2020, the Supreme Court of India (“SC”), in the case of The Secretary, Ministry of Defence v. ...
We Must Stop the Corona Crash Becoming a Depression, with Ten Social Rights

We Must Stop the Corona Crash Becoming a Depression, with Ten Social Rights

The corona virus has triggered a stock market crash sharper and faster than the global financial crisis. It ...
Coronavirus: States Derogating to Suspend Human Rights Obligations

Coronavirus: States Derogating to Suspend Human Rights Obligations

Governments around the world are taking decisive action to contain the spread of a novel coronavirus, (COVID-19), ...
Catalonia: Human Rights Violations in the Imprisonment and Conviction of the Pro-Independence Political Leaders

Catalonia: Human Rights Violations in the Imprisonment and Conviction of the Pro-Independence Political Leaders

The imprisonment and conviction of the Catalan pro-independence political leaders by the Spanish Supreme Court has ...
Dutch Court Provides Valuable Precedent for Human Rights in the Digital Welfare State

Dutch Court Provides Valuable Precedent for Human Rights in the Digital Welfare State

Even as the use of technologies utilising ‘artificial intelligence’ and ‘big data’ proliferates in the public ...
Dignity, the Right to Life, and the Coronavirus

Dignity, the Right to Life, and the Coronavirus

The current coronavirus crisis has highlighted the weaknesses of UK law and the system of government. The Prime ...
The Maya Forstater case and so-called ‘gender critical’ feminism: what was actually decided and what does it reveal about UK discrimination law?

The Maya Forstater case and so-called ‘gender critical’ feminism: what was actually decided and what does it reveal about UK discrimination law?

In Forstater v CGD (2019), a think tank did not renew its contract for consultancy services with the claimant, ...
Gendered interruption: a universal problem?

Gendered interruption: a universal problem?

Professor Tonja Jacobi and Dylan Schweers published a study in 2017 which found that interruption rates in the ...
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 ...
Second round of Fairwork’s yearly platform ratings in South Africa launched!

Second round of Fairwork’s yearly platform ratings in South Africa launched!

This blog was originally published by the Fairwork Foundation. Fairwork is an action-research project that sets ...
Akhter v Khan: Recognising (or not recognising) religious marriages in the UK

Akhter v Khan: Recognising (or not recognising) religious marriages in the UK

Whether and how a religious marriage is recognised in law has profound consequences for couples and their ...