Chile’s debt to children: State engagement in children´s rights protection

Chile’s debt to children: State engagement in children´s rights protection

878 deaths of children under the care of the Chilean National Children’s Service are currently under criminal ...
Legal Gaps in Securing Customary Land Rights in Zambia

Legal Gaps in Securing Customary Land Rights in Zambia

The Asa Lato & 30 others case provides an opportunity for Zambia’s High Court to review legal gaps related to ...
2019 Migration Summer School Athens

2019 Migration Summer School Athens

The 3rd Migration Summer School (MIGSS): 'Moving Beyond Crisis? From exclusion to integration of migrants and ...
The Supreme Court of the United States denies absolute immunity to the International Finance Corporation in human rights case

The Supreme Court of the United States denies absolute immunity to the International Finance Corporation in human rights case

Last February 27th, a 7-1 majority of the United States Supreme Court held in Jam et al. v. International Finance ...
A Year of Gaza’s Marches of Return: War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity Targeting Protected Groups

A Year of Gaza’s Marches of Return: War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity Targeting Protected Groups

The independent international commission of inquiry on the protests in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, ...
Gym Use and Changing Rooms: the illegality and chilling effect of (trans)gender segregation

Gym Use and Changing Rooms: the illegality and chilling effect of (trans)gender segregation

A recent, high-profile article published on HuffPost claimed that the popular leisure group – David Lloyd Leisure ...
CJEU: Austrian Good Friday legislation constitutes direct discrimination on the grounds of religion

CJEU: Austrian Good Friday legislation constitutes direct discrimination on the grounds of religion

Under Austrian law, Good Friday is a public holiday only for members of the Evangelical Churches of the Augsburg ...
Research Associate Position: Four Year Project Investigating the Use of Algorithms in the Criminal Justice System

Research Associate Position: Four Year Project Investigating the Use of Algorithms in the Criminal Justice System

Professor Karen Yeung, based at the University of Birmingham’s Law School and School of Computer Science, is ...
The Extremism Database is in Breach of the European Convention on Human Rights

The Extremism Database is in Breach of the European Convention on Human Rights

On 24 January 2019, the European Court of Human Rights (the ECtHR) delivered its judgment in the case of Catt v. ...
Article and Report: Unacceptable Forms of Work

Article and Report: Unacceptable Forms of Work

A new article in the Journal of Law and Society highlights the work of the Project on Unacceptable Forms of Work. ...
The Fairwork Foundation Releases First Set of Scores

The Fairwork Foundation Releases First Set of Scores

A team of University of Oxford academics, including OxHRH Director Sandra Fredman, have published the world’s ...
African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Affirms the Right to Access Documents Necessary for Appeals

African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights Affirms the Right to Access Documents Necessary for Appeals

On 7 December 2018, the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights delivered its judgment in the case of Mgosi ...