Milestone Month at the OxHRH

by | Mar 13, 2015

We have hit a few milestones here at the Oxford Human Rights Hub this month – all of which are a testament to the fantastic support of all of you out there who read our blog and follow our work on social media.

This morning our Twitter account (@OxHRH) hit 5,000 followers!  Thank you to @victoriamybrown , our 5,000th follower – and to the 4,999 of you who came before!

The OxHRH Blog continues to expand its reach as a daily source of cutting edge comparative human rights law opinion and analysis, and this month we have had more than 11,600 unique visitors, and a whopping 37,833 page views!

There are many ways to become involved with the OxHRH.  Follow us on Twitter (@OxHRH), Facebook or LinkedIn or join the 1,000+ others who sign up to our monthly newsletter (March edition here!).  We are always looking for people to write for our blog, so drop us a line at oxfordhumanrightshub@law.ox.ac.uk if you are interested.

Thank you for your support.

OxHRH Team

 

 

 

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