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Research in Gender Seminar: Hostility to Anti-Discrimination Law in Central and Eastern Europe: A Post Communist Legacy (Dr Barbara Havelkova)

admin 3rd March 2016

As part of the International Gender Studies Centre, Lady Margaret Hall, Research in Gender Series Dr Barbara Havelkova (Oxford University) will be presenting: Hostility to Anti-Discrimination Law in Central and Eastern Europe: A Post Communist Legacy? 3 March, 2016 Talbot Hall, Lady Margaret Hall 2pm Convenors:  Drs Janette Davies, Angela Raven-Roberts and Konstantina Isidoros

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Call for Papers: AHRI Research Conference-50 Years of the Two UN Human Rights Covenants: Legacies and Prospects

admin 2nd March 2016

The 2016 International AHRI Research Conference will take place on 2-3 September 2016 at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. The title of the conference is: “50 Years of the Two UN Human Rights Covenants: Legacies and Prospects”. The conference will serve as a platform for presenting international human […]

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Campaign promotes equal opportunity for people beginning a career in equality and human rights

admin 26th February 2016

On Tuesday February 23 the Equal Rights Trust launched its Bob Hepple Memorial Fund, a campaign aimed at helping those at the start of their career in equality and human rights through funded internship and fellowship placements with the Trust. The human rights NGO sector is notoriously competitive and some form of initial unpaid experience beyond university is often […]

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Kenya: Writing the Past, Considering the Future-Pheroze Nowrojee

admin 24th February 2016

Kenya: Writing the Past, Considering the Future  Thursday 25 February, 5pm at Rhodes House  Distinguished Kenyan lawyer, writer, and poet Pheroze Nowrojee will speak about and give a reading from his recently published book, A Kenyan Journey (2015), a political and historical rumination on the presence of his family in Kenya, there from India since 1896 with the Uganda […]

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Rhodes University Research Fellowship/ Oxford Human Rights Hub Travelling Fellowship

admin 22nd February 2016

The Rhodes University Research Fellowship/ Oxford Human Rights Hub Travelling Fellowship (‘the Fellowship’) is a new partnership between the Faculty of Law at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa and the Oxford Human Rights Hub at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford (OxHRH), United Kingdom, and the Legal Resource Centre, Grahamstown, South Africa […]

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OxHRH Vacancy: Communication Manager

admin 18th February 2016

We are looking for a suitable candidate to join the Oxford Human Rights Hub Editorial Team as Communications Manager. Since its launch in July 2012, the OxHRH has fast become a leading source of human rights news and opinion, featuring blog posts from leading judges, lawyers, academics and human rights activists from across the globe. It […]

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Gender and Migration: Critical Issues and Policy Implications-Gediz University

admin 17th February 2016

This interdisciplinary conference is open for paper proposals across disciplines on themes such as mass migration of Syrians, gendered causes and implications of migration, refugees and gender, human trafficking, domestic workers, migration policies, home and host country implications of migration, among others. Panels will be both in English and Turkish. You can submit your abstract […]

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Oxford University Seminar: Constitutional Change in New Zealand (and a Bill of Rights for Britain?)

admin 16th February 2016

Constitutional Change in New Zealand (and a Bill of Rights for Britain?) Wednesday 17 February, 2.00pm-3.45pm New Seminar Room, St John’s College   Speaker: The Rt Hon Sir Geoffrey Palmer Former Prime Minister of New Zealand, Minister of Justice and President of the Law Commission   Commentator: Richard Ekins, St John’s College The Government is soon to […]

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