New Publications from OxHRH Associates

by | Jul 5, 2021

The OxHRH would like to showcase the latest human rights publications from our global network. The latest editions are:

Shreya Atrey, ‘Beyond Discrimination: Mahlangu and the Use of Intersectionality as a General Theory of Constitutional Interpretation’ (2021) 21 International Journal of Discrimination Law 168

Alessio Bertolini, ‘Fairwork UK Ratings 2021: Labour Standards in the Platform Economy’ (Fairwork, 2021) <https://www.oii.ox.ac.uk/news/releases/oxford-report-reveals-best-and-worst-practices-in-gig-economy/>

Cathryn Costello, Michelle Foster and Jane McAdam (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law (OUP, 2021)

Paul Craig, ‘Brexit A Drama, The Endgame – Part II: Trade, Sovereignty and Control’ (2021) 46 European Law Review 129

Paul Craig, ‘The Principle of Legality’ in Peter Cane and others (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Administrative Law (OUP, 2021)

Tristan Cummings, ‘Coercive Control and Children’s Welfare in Re H-N and Others’ (2021) Family Law <https://www.familylaw.co.uk/news_and_comment/coercive-control-children-s-welfare-in-re-h-n-others>

Tristan Cummings, ‘Equality as a Central Principle? – The Law Commission’s Solution to the Religious-Only Marriage Problem’ (2021) Child and Family Law Quarterly 63

Sandra Fredman, ‘State Funding of Private Education: The Role of Human Rights’ in Frank Adamson and others (eds), Realizing the Abidjan Principles on the Right to Education (Edward Elgar, 2021)

Kate Greasley, ‘Review of David Boonin, Beyond Roe: Why Abortion Should be Legal Even if the Fetus is a Person (Oxford University Press, 2019)’ (2021) Criminal Law and Philosophy 1

Rishika Sahgal, ‘Strengthening Democracy in India through Participation Rights’ (2020) 53 Issue VRÜ/World Comparative Law 468

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