Authoritarian state accountability via private sector strategies

The past decades have witnessed a growth in authoritarian regimes, with the Myanmar military coup and the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan marking the most visible recent examples. In such cases, civilian protests have demonstrated a will for democratic resistance. 

'Dissonance and Distrust': A Silver Jubilee

In 1996, Emerita Professor Margaret Thornton’s landmark book Dissonance and Distrust: Women in the Legal Profession (Oxford University Press) was published.

Climate change and human rights at COP26

Climate change represents one of the greatest threats to human rights of our generation. What is decided at the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), and what countries do or fail to do in the years ahead, is therefore of critical importance.

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