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It’s Been A Year Since The UK Voted For Brexit. Have We Learnt Anything?
Leading the Way? The Fight Against Modern Slavery in the UK
Why the Human Rights Court Decision Doesn’t Change the Rules on Indefinite Detention
From Hillsborough to Grenfell: Will a New Public Advocate Help Bereaved Families Get Justice?
The 2017 Intake is the Most Representative Parliament Ever
RightsInfo is Recruiting for an Intern!
Could a Conservative-DUP Partnership Have A Chilling Effect on Our Rights?
Finsbury Park Terror Attack: The Right of Every Person to Worship in Safety is a Pillar of Our Democracy
Author: Members of 1 Crown Office Row
Paid human rights internship – deadline Sunday 2 July
Charlie Gard: Strasbourg Court imposes another stay on Supreme Court ruling to consider parents’ arguments
Strasbourg on excessive libel damages
NI Abortion Refugees: further thoughts
Once more unto the breach
Foreign criminals’ deportation scheme ruled unlawful
Northern Ireland abortion refugees: Supreme Court
Breverse: Politically Problematic but Legally Possible, by Rosie Slowe
Author: Richard Edwards and Noelle Quenivet
This blog is intended to provide timely legal analysis of human rights issues. The focus of this blog is: domestic human rights law in Europe, constitutional/public/administrative law, the ECHR, the EU Charter of Rights and Fundamental Freedoms the rights of European citizens, international human rights law, and right to asylum and immigration law.
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Author: Group blog
Group academic blog with a focus on human rights issues in Ireland and on Irish scholarship about human rights theory, practice, law and politics more generally.
Ireland’s Failing Abortion Law: Statutory Interpretation, Human Rights and the Detention of Pregnant Children.
RIA Conference on Human Rights and the Social Sciences, June 22nd.
Asylum Seekers and the Right to Work: The Supreme Court Decision
Human Rights-Based Integration Policy and the New “Migrant Integration Strategy”
The Citizens Assembly Proposals: A Draft Bill
NUI Galway Announce New Director of Irish Centre for Human Rights
Barriers to first trimester abortion care.
Why would any country put abortion in the Constitution?
Bringing together human rights researchers, practitioners and policy-makers from across the globe
South African Constitutional Court Allows Secret Ballot for Motion of No Confidence in the President
Call for Papers-The Human Rights Age Journal
The Sorry State of Education in India
Statelessness and the Syrian Conflict
Australia’s Bid for the UN Human Rights Council and the Domestic Politics of Race
Human Rights and Counterterrorism
What Price Human Rights and Equality in Northern Ireland?
Congratulations to OxHRH Administrator Zoe Davis Heaney
Author: David Mead, Prof of UK Human Rights Law, University of East Anglia
FLAGGING UP A MISCONCEPTION
Losing the vote: the referendum, Miller & dos Santos and Brexit
The Dog That Barked Rather Quietly: The Role of Law in Social Movement Studies
Law and Social Movements
Two single thoughts on sovereignty
EVEL IS AS EVEL DOES
SUBMISSION TO DEPT. FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION AND SKILLS – REFORM OF INDUSTRIAL PICKETING LAW
TOMORROW’S CHIP PAPER – THE TABLOIDS & THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT