This year, we are putting the Human Rights Fair online! We have asked student societies and groups involved in human rights to record short videos explaining their work and opportunities to get involved. You can view all of the videos here:

#HRFairGoesOnline: Human Rights Mooting

In our first installment of #HRFairGoesOnline we have Sanya Samtani, research assistant at the Bonavero Institute, talking to us about the various opportunities available to graduate and undergraduate students to get involved with human rights mooting at the Bonavero Institute and at the University more generally. Sanya is speaking against a background of the Bonavero Institute building.

#HRFairGoesOnline: Oxford Human Rights Hub

This #HRFairGoesOnline is highlighting the work of 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. You can find out how to get involved at http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk.

#HRFairGoesOnline: OxBHR

The third video of the #HRFairGoesOnline series features Danilo Garrido and Isabel Bernhard, assistant conveners of the Oxford Business & Human Rights Network (OxBHR), talking about the many events planned for Michaelmas 2020, including the book launch of Dr. Irene Pietropaoli's book "Business, Human Rights, and Transitional Justice", and featuring a small anecdote on OxBHR and the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights' supportive community. Danilo and Isabel are wearing their matriculation gowns.

#HRFairGoesOnline: Oxford Lawyers Without Borders

This week's #HRFairGoesOnline video features John Yap and Dolores Xu from Oxford Lawyers Without Borders who seek to promote human rights from a legal perspective and support the work of their parent organisation, Lawyers Without Borders. This video will briefly introduce their plans for the coming year and how you can get involved!

#HRFairGoesOnline: Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR)
 
In this week's #HRFairGoesOnline, we hear from Tsvetelina van Benthem and Gayathree Devi KT, conveners of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Group (OTJR). They introduce us to the range of work that this interdisciplinary network on transitional justice and human rights does - a weekly seminar series, editorial work and research projects, all running this term!
 
#HRFairGoesOnline: Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP)
 
Ashleigh Barnes and Gayathree Devi KT, co-chairs of Oxford Pro Bono Publico (OPBP), introduce us to the range of public law and human rights research projects this graduate student group undertakes on a pro bono basis. They also tell us about the internship scheme they run in collaboration with the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. Head to their website https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-and-subject-groups/oxford-pro-bono-publico to learn about how you can get involved in OPBP.
 

#HRFairGoesOnline: The Bonavero Institute's Student Fellowship Programme

For this week's #HRFairGoesOnline, we hear from a range of our past Summer Fellows about the Bonavero Institute's Student Fellowship Programme. You can watch and listen to Abdul Abdulrahim, Aymen Ati, Ashleigh Barnes, Emilie McDonnell, Kathryn Kaelin, Rahul Bajaj, Rishika Sahgal, and Sanya Samtani talk about their fellowship experiences across the world.

#HRFairGoesOnline: Oxford Children's Rights Network

For this week's #HRFairGoesOnline, we have Charlotte Kelly, convenor of one of our affiliated Network Series: the Oxford Children's Rights Network. Charlotte discusses the interdisciplinary focus of the OCRN as well as opportunities for researchers on Children's Rights to get involved with the Network's work.