58 episodes

The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) aims to bring together academics, practitioners, and policy-makers from across the globe to advance the understanding and protection of human rights and equality. Through the vigorous exchange of ideas and resources, we strive to facilitate a better understanding of human rights principles, to develop new approaches to policy, and to influence the development of human rights law and practice.

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The Oxford Human Rights Hub (OxHRH) aims to bring together academics, practitioners, and policy-makers from across the globe to advance the understanding and protection of human rights and equality. Through the vigorous exchange of ideas and resources, we strive to facilitate a better understanding of human rights principles, to develop new approaches to policy, and to influence the development of human rights law and practice.

    Dobbs v Jackson: A Role for Equality?

    Dobbs v Jackson: A Role for Equality?

    In this episode we speak to Professor Julie Suk about applying an equality lens to the right to abortion in light of the recent US Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v Jackson. What do equality arguments bring? Is the US Constitution's understanding of equality helpful in grounding a right to an abortion? And if not, are there alternate constitutional pathways available to the Court? 

    Transcript available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website: ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk

    • 25 min
    A Historic Moment: The Drafting of the New Chilean Constitution

    A Historic Moment: The Drafting of the New Chilean Constitution

    In advance of a nationwide referendum on the new draft Chilean Constitution, scheduled for the 4th of September, Gautam Bhatia interviews Professor Roberto Gargarella about the writing of this Constitution, its place in the history of Latin American constitutionalism, and the reasons why the draft Constitution deserves to be supported.

    Transcript available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website: ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk

    • 21 min
    RightsUp Pops: Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez on the Burkini judgment

    RightsUp Pops: Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez on the Burkini judgment

    Vox pops on key human rights issues with human rights experts. Transcript available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website (https://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/).

    • 10 min
    Episode Four- “…that’s the key question”: Institutional Responsibility for Inequality

    Episode Four- “…that’s the key question”: Institutional Responsibility for Inequality

    We ask human rights experts who has ultimate responsibility for protecting the most vulnerable in times of crisis.

    This is the final episode of a four-part series. The series takes a deep dive into whether equality law is cut out to protect the most vulnerable in times of crisis, and if not, then why not and what can we do about it?

    This podcast series is part of the Exponential Inequalities project, led by Shreya Atrey as the Principal Investigator of the British Academy Leverhulme Small Research Grant on Equality Law in Times of Crisis.

    Transcript and show notes available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website at ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk.

    Producer, Presenter, Sound Editor: Christy Callaway-Gale
    Executive Producers: Shreya Atrey, Meghan Campbell, Sandra Fredman
    Assistant Producers: Mónica Arango Olaya, Gauri Pillai, Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
    Transcript and show notes: Sarah Dobbie
    Music: Rosemary Allmann

    • 23 min
    Episode Three- “...plug those gaps”: Reforms to Equality Law

    Episode Three- “...plug those gaps”: Reforms to Equality Law

    Human rights experts reveal how we could reform equality law to make sure it protects the most vulnerable in times of crisis.

    This is Episode Three of a four-part series. The series takes a deep dive into whether equality law is cut out to protect the most vulnerable in times of crisis, and if not, then why not and what can we do about it?

    This podcast series is part of the Exponential Inequalities project, led by Shreya Atrey as the Principal Investigator of the British Academy Leverhulme Small Research Grant on Equality Law in Times of Crisis.

    Transcript and show notes available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website at ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk.

    Producer, Presenter, Sound Editor: Christy Callaway-Gale
    Executive Producers: Shreya Atrey, Meghan Campbell, Sandra Fredman
    Assistant Producers: Mónica Arango Olaya, Gauri Pillai, Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
    Transcript and show notes: Sarah Dobbie
    Music: Rosemary Allmann

    • 19 min
    Episode Two- “…patriarchal mentality”: The Functioning of Equality Law in Crisis

    Episode Two- “…patriarchal mentality”: The Functioning of Equality Law in Crisis

    Human rights experts help us determine whether equality law is set up to protect the most vulnerable in times of crisis.

    This is Episode Two of a four-part series. The series takes a deep dive into whether equality law is cut out to protect the most vulnerable in times of crisis, and if not, then why not and what can we do about it?

    This podcast series is part of the Exponential Inequalities project, led by Shreya Atrey as the Principal Investigator of the British Academy Leverhulme Small Research Grant on Equality Law in Times of Crisis.

    Transcript and show notes available on the Oxford Human Rights Hub website at ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk.

    Producer, Presenter, Sound Editor: Christy Callaway-Gale
    Executive Producers: Shreya Atrey, Meghan Campbell, Sandra Fredman
    Assistant Producers: Mónica Arango Olaya, Gauri Pillai, Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
    Transcript and show notes: Sarah Dobbie
    Music: Rosemary Allmann

    • 21 min

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