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EMA Master’s Programme 2021/2022 Call for Applications

admin 28th January 2021

The European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation (EMA) is one of seven Regional Master’s Programmes organised by the Global Campus of Human Rights – a unique network of more than one hundred universities around the world seeking to advance human rights and democracy through regional and global cooperation for education and research. It […]

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Summary of Three-Day International Summit on Legal Professionals with Disabilities by Rahul Bajaj

admin 14th January 2021

  Despite advances in assistive technology and improvements in public attitudes about the capabilities of the disabled, many disabled professionals continue to face a whole host of attitudinal and infrastructural barriers. The legal profession, despite being at its core committed to promoting the values of fairness and equity, is not impervious to this trend. To […]

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Call for Papers: The Age of Human Rights Journal

admin 14th January 2021

  The Age of Human Rights Journal is a scientific journal of international relevance, published in English, peer-reviewed and open-access, containing papers concerning Human Rights from different approaches. The Journal has been included in SCOPUS and in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science). It is also in: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), LATINDEX […]

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‘Opting Out of Religious Education’ – Department of Education Seminar Series

admin 8th January 2021

Philosophy, Religion and Education Research group Seminar series, Hilary term 2021 Opting out of religious education – legal and educational issues The following seminars will be given at 5pm (unless otherwise noted) on selected Tuesdays by Zoom. Convener: Dr N Fancourt (contact nigel.fancourt@education.ox.ac.uk for a link, or more information): 2 February: ‘Religious education before the […]

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New Publications from OxHRH Associates

admin 15th December 2020

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are: Paul Craig, ‘Judicial Review and Judicial Deference’ in Miroslava Scholten and Alex Brenninkmeijer (eds), Controlling EU Agencies: The Rule of Law in a Multi-Jurisdictional Order (Edward Elgar 2020) Paul Craig, ‘The Ratifications’ in Federico Fabbrini (ed), The Withdrawal Agreement, […]

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Israel Law Review Call For Papers

admin 14th December 2020

The Israel Law Review invites submissions on areas of interest in human rights, international and public law. The Israel Law Review is a double-blind peer reviewed journal established in 1966, published by Cambridge University Press under the auspices and management of the Minerva Center for Human Rights at the Law Faculty of the Hebrew University […]

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New Online Course for International Electoral Observers

admin 6th December 2020

The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to inform you that the Call for Applications for the brand new Online Course for International Electoral Observers is now open until 15 January 2021. The course aims at providing training to civilian staff in election observation missions at the start of their career (i.e. short term observers). […]

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New Publications from OxHRH Associates

admin 30th November 2020

The OxHRH Publications Page is a dynamic teaching and research resource that showcases the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are: Nicole Busby and Grace James, A History of Regulating Working Families: Strains, Stereotypes, Strategies and Solutions (Hart Publishing 2020) Darcy Du Toit, Sandra Fredman and Mark Graham, ‘Towards Legal Regulation of Platform Work: Theory […]

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Join the UCL European Institute for the Sakharov Debate: What Price Health? Health, human rights and public trust

admin 24th November 2020

27 November | 10:30 am – 12:00 pm. Register here. Nearly all policies affect health and well-being, whether for good or for ill. Optimally protecting population health may, among other things, require regulating manufacturers to reduce air pollution, protecting children’s health by controlling the advertising of junk foods, or closing bars and cafes to reduce chains […]

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Online Event: ‘The Genocide Convention – A Solution or Part of the Problem?’

admin 24th November 2020

Free online event via Zoom, Wednesday 2 December 2020, 6.30-7.30pm Is the necessity to prove ‘special intent’ obstructing the protection of vulnerable groups? The Genocide Convention signified an international commitment to prevent genocide and protect human groups. Yet, Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur, Myanmar and now the persecution of the Uyghurs illustrate a failure to realise this […]

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