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A Critique of the Stigma Argument Against Affirmative Action in South Africa

A Critique of the Stigma Argument Against Affirmative Action in South Africa

Visas for Surrogates: Acknowledging Familial Bonds between Surrogates, Intended Parents, and Children

Visas for Surrogates: Acknowledging Familial Bonds between Surrogates, Intended Parents, and Children

Image Description: Surrogate parents attending the birth of the child in the hospital with the gestational ...
Joia Crear Perry on Texas Abortion Law

Joia Crear Perry on Texas Abortion Law

Black Lives Matter: What Next After 2020

Black Lives Matter: What Next After 2020

Black Lives Matter: What Next After 2020 is a blog series by the Oxford Human Rights Hub which explores how ...
Shaping the Future of Safe Childbirth

Shaping the Future of Safe Childbirth

While maternal mortality rates have been decreasing, they have not been decreasing for all types of women. ...
The ‘Death to Asylum’ Rule: United States’ Evisceration of Women’s Rights under the Refugee Convention

The ‘Death to Asylum’ Rule: United States’ Evisceration of Women’s Rights under the Refugee Convention

The United States’ (‘US’) new Rule on processing asylum applications, which was to take effect from 10 January ...
President Biden and the War on Children

President Biden and the War on Children

On entering office last week, President Joe Biden was greeted by an in-tray unprecedented in US history: a global ...
Trump and Twitter: A Freedom of Speech Quagmire

Trump and Twitter: A Freedom of Speech Quagmire

The banning of US President Donald Trump from Twitter and a sundry of other social media platforms, after his ...
Can Facebook Ban President Trump? A Question for Business and Human Rights

Can Facebook Ban President Trump? A Question for Business and Human Rights

As a business and human rights scholar, I often argue that we need to regulate and limit transnational corporate ...
Oxford Law Faculty Equality and Diversity Lecture 2020: Professor Kendall Thomas

Oxford Law Faculty Equality and Diversity Lecture 2020: Professor Kendall Thomas

Editor's Note: The Oxford Law Faculty’s Equality and Diversity Lecture 2020 was delivered by Professor Kendall ...
Art as Justice: Public Memory and Torture

Art as Justice: Public Memory and Torture

I teach human rights at a law school that will forever be associated with the Bush Administration's torture ...
RBG: Advancing Justice in the Criminal Legal System

RBG: Advancing Justice in the Criminal Legal System

Over the course of her 27-year tenure as a United States Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg consistently ...

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