Privacy International: Reaffirming the Rule of Law

Privacy International: Reaffirming the Rule of Law

On Wednesday, the UK Supreme Court delivered its judgment in Privacy International. The issue was whether the ...
Friday in Focus: Mwai Daka

Friday in Focus: Mwai Daka

In 2015, I was awarded a Postgraduate Scholarship to complete an MA in Politics at the University of Sheffield and ...
The socio-economic duty: A powerful idea hidden in plain sight in the Equality Act

The socio-economic duty: A powerful idea hidden in plain sight in the Equality Act

Section 1 of the Equality Act 2010 asks public authorities to actively consider the way in which their policies ...
Challenges to women’s rights and the legalization of abortion in Brazil: can we move forward?

Challenges to women’s rights and the legalization of abortion in Brazil: can we move forward?

2018 was a challenging year for women’s rights in Brazil, and perhaps a taste of trials in the years to come. In ...
Still the second sex: Some feminist reflections on the new General Comment of the UN Human Rights Committee on the right to life

Still the second sex: Some feminist reflections on the new General Comment of the UN Human Rights Committee on the right to life

In October 2018 the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Committee (HRC) adopted general comment (GC) 36 on the right ...
New book from Professor Maya Unnithan: ‘Fertility, Health and Reproductive Politics: Re-imagining Rights in India’

New book from Professor Maya Unnithan: ‘Fertility, Health and Reproductive Politics: Re-imagining Rights in India’

Set in the context of the processes and practices of human reproduction and reproductive health in Northern India, ...
US Supreme Court Affirms that there is No Right to a Painless Death

US Supreme Court Affirms that there is No Right to a Painless Death

On 1st April, a 5-4 majority of the United States Supreme Court reiterated that while the Eighth Amendment of the ...
Open Letter to the Bar Council of India

Open Letter to the Bar Council of India

This is an open letter to the Bar Council of India co-written by OxHRH blog editor Gautam Bhatia, originally ...
RSC Public Seminar Series, Trinity Term 2019

RSC Public Seminar Series, Trinity Term 2019

Everyday Resistance to the European Governance of Migration 5:00-6:30pm, Wednesdays, Seminar Room 1, Queen ...
Beghal v UK: Stop and Search at the Border Violates Article 8 ECHR

Beghal v UK: Stop and Search at the Border Violates Article 8 ECHR

Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000 allows police officers at ports or border areas to question individuals for ...
Ensure Gender Justice at the Supreme Court of India – Statement by Former Law Clerks

Ensure Gender Justice at the Supreme Court of India – Statement by Former Law Clerks

In response to a complaint regarding sexual harassment and subsequent victimisation against the Chief Justice of ...