A Write Up on the International Humanitarian Law and Child Rights Competition held at NALSAR, Hyderabad

A Write Up on the International Humanitarian Law and Child Rights Competition held at NALSAR, Hyderabad

The Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), the first international convention on child rights was signed in ...
Turkish Local Elections: What Does the Delayed Declaration of Election Results Mean?

Turkish Local Elections: What Does the Delayed Declaration of Election Results Mean?

While nearly three weeks have passed since local elections were held in Turkey on 31st March 2019, the Turkish ...
Summer Academy: Women’s Empowerment for Sustainable Development, 2-6 September 2019 Koç University, Istanbul

Summer Academy: Women’s Empowerment for Sustainable Development, 2-6 September 2019 Koç University, Istanbul

The UNESCO Chair on Gender Equality and Sustainable Development is proud to offer a one-week international summer ...
Asylum Applications Should be Judged on the Basis of Law not Religious Doctrine

Asylum Applications Should be Judged on the Basis of Law not Religious Doctrine

In March 2019, a Home Office letter rejecting an asylum application made the headlines of the biggest media ...
UN Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children raises serious concerns regarding Ireland’s history of illegal adoption practices

UN Special Rapporteur on the Sale of Children raises serious concerns regarding Ireland’s history of illegal adoption practices

Ireland has an extensive history of systemic human rights abuses of women and children, encompassing multiple ...
Gabriel Resources v. Romania: Local Residents as Third Parties in Investor-State Dispute Settlement?

Gabriel Resources v. Romania: Local Residents as Third Parties in Investor-State Dispute Settlement?

The Canadian corporation Gabriel Resources wanted to establish Europe’s largest gold mine in Rosia Montana, ...
Zambia’s police force undermine opposition in Sesheke

Zambia’s police force undermine opposition in Sesheke

Recent reports and video footage of the political unrest in Sesheke’s Parliamentary by-elections have brought to ...
When does a person have an intellectual disability? The insights of the US Supreme Court

When does a person have an intellectual disability? The insights of the US Supreme Court

A death sentence against a convict with an intellectual disability (ID) would violate the Eighth Amendment’s ...
Call for Papers – Gender Studies 2019 Conference: On Violence

Call for Papers – Gender Studies 2019 Conference: On Violence

The conference will be held from 24th of October – 26th of October 2019, University of Helsinki, Finland. ...
Machine Decision-making in the criminal justice system: The FATAL4JUSTICE? Project

Machine Decision-making in the criminal justice system: The FATAL4JUSTICE? Project

The capacity to collect, store and process digital data in real-time on cloud servers, and to subject vast data ...
New book from Professor Frances Raday: ‘Economic Woman: Gendering Inequality in the Age of Capital’

New book from Professor Frances Raday: ‘Economic Woman: Gendering Inequality in the Age of Capital’

This book introduces Economic Woman, making her visible in duality with 'economic man' and calling for her ...
Statement from the OxHRH Calling for Oxford University to Rescind the Sultan of Brunei’s Honorary Degree

Statement from the OxHRH Calling for Oxford University to Rescind the Sultan of Brunei’s Honorary Degree

We at the Oxford Human Rights Hub strongly support calls to rescind the Sultan of Brunei’s Honorary Degree in ...