The Global Campus of Human Rights is now receiving applications for the 2020 edition of the Venice School of Human Rights

The Global Campus of Human Rights is now receiving applications for the 2020 edition of the Venice School of Human Rights

Human Rights Defenders play an essential role in the realisation of rights and promotion of equality. Not only do ...
Vaccines and the Notwithstanding Clause: an Unnecessary Creation of a Dangerous Precedent

Vaccines and the Notwithstanding Clause: an Unnecessary Creation of a Dangerous Precedent

On November 22, 2019, the provincial government of New Brunswick (Canada) announced it would be employing the ...
Call for Applications: Oak Foundation Research Visitor Programme 

Call for Applications: Oak Foundation Research Visitor Programme 

The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights announces establishment of the Oak Foundation Research Visitor Programme ...
Call for Contributions: Research Roundtable on Civil Liability for Human Rights Violations

Call for Contributions: Research Roundtable on Civil Liability for Human Rights Violations

The Bonavero Institute of Human Rights invites submissions for a Comparative Law Research Roundtable on Civil ...
The Future Could Be Accessible, But Only If All Disability Shortlists Are Made Legal

The Future Could Be Accessible, But Only If All Disability Shortlists Are Made Legal

Tuesday 3 December marked the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD), but with  only one week to ...
The UCU Strike: An Update

The UCU Strike: An Update

The Oxford Human Rights Hub blog expresses its solidarity with the ongoing  UCU strike over pay equality, ...
Challenge to Electronic Voting Machines in Namibia’s Elections Dismissed by the Electoral Tribunal

Challenge to Electronic Voting Machines in Namibia’s Elections Dismissed by the Electoral Tribunal

On November 27, Namibians will, for the 7th time since independence and multi-party democracy, go to the polls in ...
Accountability for Sexual Harassment at the International Criminal Court – The Case of Defence Support Staff

Accountability for Sexual Harassment at the International Criminal Court – The Case of Defence Support Staff

In March 2018, amid the rise of the #MeToo hashtag on Twitter, international media brought attention to a series ...
Intersectional Barriers Hindering the Effectiveness of the UK’s Draft Domestic Abuse Bill, 2019

Intersectional Barriers Hindering the Effectiveness of the UK’s Draft Domestic Abuse Bill, 2019

The UK’s Draft Domestic Abuse Bill, 2019 has been described as a ‘landmark’ piece of legislation. This recognition ...
Canada’s Notwithstanding Clause: An Overlooked Threat to Minority Rights

Canada’s Notwithstanding Clause: An Overlooked Threat to Minority Rights

The notwithstanding clause, also referred to as section 33 of Canada’s Constitution, has been described as a ...
A Global Mandate to End Violence and Harassment in the World of Work: ILO Convention No. 190

A Global Mandate to End Violence and Harassment in the World of Work: ILO Convention No. 190

“For me, as for most women workers I know, this Convention and this Recommendation are personal… This Convention, ...
Call For Papers & Participation For Remembering S.P. SATHE: 14th International Conference On Contemporary Trends In Comparative Public Law

Call For Papers & Participation For Remembering S.P. SATHE: 14th International Conference On Contemporary Trends In Comparative Public Law

The Indian Law Society (ILS) Law College, Pune, under the auspices of Remembering SP Sathe Foundation (set up by ...