Robotic Roguery: Analysing the Legality of Autonomous Weapons (Killer Robots) vis-  à-vis Principles of International Humanitarian Law

Robotic Roguery: Analysing the Legality of Autonomous Weapons (Killer Robots) vis- à-vis Principles of International Humanitarian Law

The outrage against autonomous weapon systems (“Killer Robots”) is at an all-time high. Recently, the UN ...
Landmark Transgender Ruling in Zimbabwe: An Opening for Future LGBTQIA Activism and Litigation? 

Landmark Transgender Ruling in Zimbabwe: An Opening for Future LGBTQIA Activism and Litigation? 

On the 14th of November 2019, Judge Bere of the High Court of Zimbabwe ruled in favour of Ricky (Rikki) Nathanson, ...
Iranian Nationalism Does Not Accommodate Ethnic Minorities

Iranian Nationalism Does Not Accommodate Ethnic Minorities

As a matter of human rights, everybody has a right to education in their mother language as the basis for ...
Non-Credit Course: Developing Strategies for the Protection & Promotion of Human Rights

Non-Credit Course: Developing Strategies for the Protection & Promotion of Human Rights

The Bonavero Institute seeks to enrich the human rights experience of Oxford students, and to assist them to ...
Now accepting applications: The Oxford Policy Fellowship

Now accepting applications: The Oxford Policy Fellowship

The Oxford Policy Fellowship is now accepting applications for Fellowships 2020-2022. The Fellowship gives ...
Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series, Hilary Term 2020

Refugee Studies Centre Public Seminar Series, Hilary Term 2020

Feminism, Categorisation and Forced Migration This interdisciplinary series will explore a range of topics in ...
Training Course: Social Rights in Europe: Advocacy and Litigation, 10th March 2020

Training Course: Social Rights in Europe: Advocacy and Litigation, 10th March 2020

On 10 March, the UoN Human Rights Law Centre and Doughty Street Chambers will co-host in London a one-day training ...
Work for CPAG – Lawyer

Work for CPAG – Lawyer

Child Poverty Action Group works on behalf of the one in four children in the UK growing up in poverty. It doesn’t ...
Women in Law: A Women’s World? Roundtable 27 January 2020

Women in Law: A Women’s World? Roundtable 27 January 2020

OxHRH Director Sandy Fredman will be moderating this roundtable.
South African court rejects petition to award constitutional damages and extend emotional shock and grief claims in pit-latrine drowning case

South African court rejects petition to award constitutional damages and extend emotional shock and grief claims in pit-latrine drowning case

In 2014, 5-year old Michael Komape tragically drowned in a sludge of human excrement when the pit-latrine at his ...
Younger women, older men: The perpetuation of gender discrimination through minimum legal age for marriage

Younger women, older men: The perpetuation of gender discrimination through minimum legal age for marriage

In India, the minimum legal age for marriage is different for men and women. Section 4(c), Special Marriage Act, ...
High Court Victory upholding the Right to Education for Undocumented Learners in South Africa

High Court Victory upholding the Right to Education for Undocumented Learners in South Africa

On Thursday 12 December, the Makhanda High Court affirmed that all learners in South Africa have the ...