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In the Shadow of the Sun

admin 31st May 2014

The OxHRH and the African Politics and History Seminar Series will be hosting the Oxford premiere of the internationally acclaimed documentary, “In the Shadow of the Sun.” This will be followed by a panel discussion with director Harry Freeland and Standing Voice managing director Jon Beale.   Details: Date – Monday 2nd June Time – […]

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Recent OxHRH Visitors

admin 30th May 2014

The Oxford Human Rights Hub has been fortunate to receive two speakers in the past fortnight. Justice Kate O’Regan, previously one of the first group of judges on the South African Constitutional Court, and a visiting professor in the law faculty, gave a fascinating seminar to students and faculty on the Comparative Human Rights course on […]

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Alan Rusbridger – "After Snowden"

admin 29th May 2014

Wadham Human Rights Forum is delighted to announce Alan Rusbridger as the speaker at its next event.  Editor of the Guardian since 1995, Alan will share his insights into the Snowden affair, what it revealed: the legal, editorial, political, logistical and ethical issues involved, and what should happen next. Monday, 2nd June, 2014, 5.30pm Moser […]

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Alan Rusbridger – “After Snowden”

admin 29th May 2014

Wadham Human Rights Forum is delighted to announce Alan Rusbridger as the speaker at its next event.  Editor of the Guardian since 1995, Alan will share his insights into the Snowden affair, what it revealed: the legal, editorial, political, logistical and ethical issues involved, and what should happen next. Monday, 2nd June, 2014, 5.30pm Moser […]

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Sandra Fredman Appointed Honorary Fellow

admin 28th May 2014

Professor Sandra Fredman, Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, has been appointed an Honorary Fellow of Wadham College. In recognition of her extraordinarily distinguished academic and professional career, Professor Fredman joins a small body of Wadham matriculants who have been recognised by the College through the conferment of this singular title.

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Dr Michelle Foster – “Refuge from Deprivation”

admin 21st May 2014

As part of a public seminar series hosted by the Refugee Studies Centre, Dr Michelle Foster from the Melbourne School of Law will give a talk entitled “Refuge from Deprivation: Socio-Economic Harm and Non-Refoulement in International Law.” Dr Foster will examine the key conceptual challenges presented by claims based on socio-economic deprivation by reference to […]

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Win a copy of Glenn Greenwald’s “No Place to Hide”

admin 16th May 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to host a series of events this term, looking at issues of conflict and national security.   On 13 May, Ivan Koedjikov, Counter-Terrorism Coordinator at the Council of Europe, spoke about human rights challenges in countering terrorism. On 5 June, Professor Fiona de Londras will give a talk at the Oxford […]

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Win a copy of Glenn Greenwald's "No Place to Hide"

admin 16th May 2014

The OxHRH is pleased to host a series of events this term, looking at issues of conflict and national security.   On 13 May, Ivan Koedjikov, Counter-Terrorism Coordinator at the Council of Europe, spoke about human rights challenges in countering terrorism. On 5 June, Professor Fiona de Londras will give a talk at the Oxford […]

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Mansfield Lecture Series: Death Penalty Talk

admin 14th May 2014

Edward Fitzgerald QC, a renowned human rights lawyer and leading advocate in death row cases, will give a talk entitled: “Constitutional and Appellate Challenges to the Death Penalty in the Commonwealth and Worldwide.” This talk forms part of the Mansfield Lecture Series, convened by Baroness Helena Kennedy QC.   Date – Friday 16 May Time […]

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