Constitutions and Human Rights

‘He Believed in People’: Remembering Arthur Chaskalson

‘He Believed in People’: Remembering Arthur Chaskalson

by Geoff Budlender Arthur Chaskalson, former Chief Justice of South Africa and a champion of human rights, ...
The Universality of Human Rights Norms: Why the UK should stay with Strasbourg

The Universality of Human Rights Norms: Why the UK should stay with Strasbourg

The view is often heard in discussions in anticipation of the report of the Commission on a British Bill of Rights ...
The UK's Human Rights 'Report Card'

The UK's Human Rights 'Report Card'

  The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) – the review of each UN member ...
The UK’s Human Rights ‘Report Card’

The UK’s Human Rights ‘Report Card’

  The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) at the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) – the review of each UN member ...
OxHRH Seminar Series: Philip Alston and Gráinne De Búrca

OxHRH Seminar Series: Philip Alston and Gráinne De Búrca

The Oxford Human Rights Hub's Autumn seminar series kicks off today.  Philip Alston speaks at 13:00 in the Oxford ...
When is a UK Bill of Rights not a UK Bill of Rights?

When is a UK Bill of Rights not a UK Bill of Rights?

The recently published Human Rights and the UK Constitution* by Colm O’Cinneide is essential reading for anyone ...
Human Rights and the UK Constitution

Human Rights and the UK Constitution

UK human rights law has been the subject of considerable controversy over the past few years. A new report that I ...

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