OxHRH Website Improvements… and Some Technical Issues

by | Oct 5, 2015

The Oxford Human Rights Hub is pleased to be able to offer visitors to the website and readers of the Blog a new, improved website, due to be launched later this week.

In the lead up to this, though, we’ve been experiencing some technical issues which have interfered with how the website usually functions. Unfortunately, we’ve had to temporarily suspend the comments function on Blog posts.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience this may have caused for our contributors and readers of the Blog. For our contributors, please ignore any emails requesting you to moderate the comments appearing on your post. For those who wish to express their views on Blog posts, do email us at: oxfordhumanrightshub@law.ox.ac.uk.

We look forward to launching the new website and hope you that will enjoy exploring our latest podcasts, webinars, publications, as well as the 2nd Edition of the OxHRH Blog’s Anthology. As usual, we continue to welcome Blog submissions on the latest developments in human rights law from across the globe.

The Oxford Human Rights Hub Team.

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