OxHRH Wins OxTalent Award

by | Jun 25, 2014

On 18 June 2014 the work of the OxHRH Blog was formally recognised at the Oxford IT Services OxTalent Awards.  The OxHRH Blog was the winning entry in the category “use of technology for outreach and engagement.”

OxHRH Director, Prof Sandra Fredman, OxHRH Blog Managing Editor, Laura Hilly and Co-Founding Editor of the OxHRH Blog, Chris McConnachie attended the OxTalent ‘Red Carpet’ Awards Ceremony to accept the award on behalf of the entire OxHRH Blog team.

The OxTalent Awards are an annual event which recognises staff and students from the University of Oxford who have been innovative in their use of technology to enhance teaching and learning. The awards are part of the University Teaching Awards Scheme.

The OxHRH Blog is delighted to have won this award, and hopes to push forward with both the website and other interactive technology in order to remain an innovative and cutting-edge global forum for the exchange of human rights knowledge and experiences.

If you wish to contribute to the OxHRH Blog, see here for details on how to take part!

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