OxHRH 2013-2014 Report Available Now

by | Oct 23, 2014

The OxHRH is thrilled to announce the publication of its 2013-2014 annual report.

The report, written and edited by Claire Overman, Laura Hilly and Karl Laird, and designed by the team at Gullan & Gullan looks back at the many successes of the OxHRH over the past year, including our 2014 conference on women and poverty in Rwanda, our lecture series on judicial identities and comparative equality law, and our 2014 symposium, held jointly with OPBP, on the legal aid cuts on publicly-funded lawyers.

It also features the latest facts and figures on our ever-growing international community. With over 4500 followers on social media, and with almost 600 posts published from around the world, the OxHRH is able to explore the developments in human rights law from a truly global perspective. Our speakers from last year included ECtHR judges and UN Special Rapporteurs, and addressed the latest issues in human rights protection.

The report, organised thematically by region, showcases the efforts of our editorial team, our regional correspondents and our international team of authors to bring valuable human rights discussion to those who may not otherwise have access to traditional resources. We are thrilled with the progress made this year, and look forward to what the year ahead will bring!


The online version of the report can be accessed here.

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