Welcome to Our New Blog Editors

by | Oct 17, 2017

The OxHRH Blog is delighted to welcome Nomfundo Ramalekana and Farrah Raza to the team as Editors!

Nomfundo Ramalekana is a South African DPhill (Law) Student at Oxford.  Her research focuses on equality law, specifically affirmative action. She is interested in critical race and gender theory as well as decolonising the law.

Farrah Raza is a Stipendiary Lecturer in Public Law at Pembroke College, Oxford. In 2016, she was a visiting researcher at the Law & Anthropology department of the Max Planck Institute in Halle, Germany, where she conducted comparative research for her PhD. Her PhD addresses the topic of religious accommodation in secular democracies and was supported by the Centre of European Law at King’s College London (KCL). She holds a first class LL.B. from KCL and an LL.M. from the University of Cambridge. She has worked at the Commonwealth Secretariat and at various NGOs. She is a Visiting Lecturer on the Anti-discrimination Law course at KCL, where she also taught Public Law. Farrah was a Teaching Fellow at the School of Oriental & African Studies for four years, teaching Legal Systems of Africa & Asia and Public Law, which included delivering the human rights lectures in 2016.

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