OxHRH Deputy Directors Speak to International Human Rights Students on Human Rights in a Virtual World

by | Jul 24, 2015

On 16 July 2015 Dr Meghan Campbell and Dr Laura Hilly, Deputy-Directors of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, had the pleasure of engaging with graduate students on the prestigious International Human Rights Law Masters and Summer School.

They spoke to an enthusiastic audience on the topic ‘A Visit to the Virtual World of Understanding Human Rights’, using the Oxford Human Rights Hub as an example of how digital technology can be used to encourage inclusive global discussion and sharing of knowledge on human rights law.

It was a dynamic presentation where both the speakers and audience members gave critical thought and explored the promise and challenges of using technology to share best practices on human rights.

 

 

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