The OxHRH Participates in The Africa Oxford Initiative

by | Oct 30, 2017

The OxHRH was delighted and had a lot of fun participating in The Africa Oxford Initiative!

The team discussed their research into affirmative action in South Africa; socio-economic rights in the constitution of Namibia; the right to equality in the Kenyan constitution, strategic litigation in South Africa and judicial remedies for positive obligations.

This is an important initiative that supports academic and research collaborations between African institutions and the University of Oxford.

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