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New Publication: The New Zealand Project

admin 12th April 2017

OxHRH Associate and Examination Fellow, All Souls, University of Oxford, Max Harris has just published an exciting new book: The New Zealand Project.  By any measure, New Zealand must confront monumental issues in the years ahead. From the future of work to climate change, wealth inequality to new populism – these challenges are complex and even unprecedented. Yet why does New Zealand’s […]

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New Human Rights Publications from Hart Publishing

admin 4th April 2017

NEW HUMAN RIGHTS LAW TITLES FROM HART PUBLISHING   20% discount for readers of the Oxford Human Rights Hub!   Please order through the Hart Publishing website www.hartpublishing.co.uk   To receive your discount, type HRBLOG in the discount code field at the checkout     SECOND EDITION Tort Law and Human Rights Jane Wright   […]

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10,000 Followers on the OxHRH Twitter Feed!

admin 3rd April 2017

When we launched the OxHRH Blog in June 2012, we had a clear aspiration: to offer an intellectual space that could be resourced and shaped by contributors from all over the globe, sharing their analysis of cutting edge human rights law developments. This vision rapidly materialised.  Since 2012, the OxHRH Blog has featured over 1,200 posts written […]

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European Human Rights Advocacy Centre Russian Speaking Internship in NGO Skills

admin 31st March 2017

The European Human Rights Advocacy Centre (EHRAC) is inviting applications from Russian speakers for a four-month internship placement (2-3 days per week). EHRAC is based within the School of Law at Middlesex University and operates as a non-governmental organisation (NGO). EHRAC assists lawyers and NGOs from Russia, Ukraine and the South Caucasus taking cases to […]

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OxHRH Spring Term Round-Up!

admin 27th March 2017

The OxHRH continues to be a strong and passionate voice for upholding human rights. On January 31st, 2017, we held a conversation on Brexit and human rights in the UK, in partnership with the Bonavero Institute for Human Rights, the Public Law Discussion Group and the Programme for the Foundations of Constitutional Law and Government. […]

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