OxHRH Awarded Teaching Development and Enhancement Project Awards

by | Jun 24, 2016

The OxHRH has been awarded the prestigious Oxford University Teaching Development and Enhancement Project Awards. The award will support the activities of the OxHRH blog, the production of the third volume of the OxHRH Anthology and to pursue innovative ways of integrating human rights research and teaching.

We are very grateful for the award and look forward to continuing to be a leading platform for comparative global discussions on the latest developments on human rights law and practice!

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