The Bonavero Institute seeks to enrich the human rights experience of Oxford students, and to assist them to develop careers in the broad field of human rights. Its “Gateways to Human Rights Research and Practice” initiative aims to deepen student engagement with the institute’s research projects and to provide insights into human rights practice. Several programmes form part of this initiative: Non-credit Courses on Human Rights Strategy, Research Training Programmes, various opportunities for Human Rights Mooting, the Collaborative Legal Aid Clinic at HMP Huntercombe and our Summer Fellowship Programme.
The Price Media Law Moot Court Competition has been part of the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights in the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford, since 1 August 2017.
The Price Media Law Moot Court Programme aims to foster and cultivate interest in freedom of expression issues and the role of the media and information technologies in societies around the world. It was established by the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy at the University of Oxford in 2008.
The annual Price Moot Court Competition challenges students to engage in comparative research of legal standards at the national, regional and international levels, and to develop their arguments (in written and oral forms) on cutting-edge questions in media and ICT law. The Competition is currently comprised of seven Regional Rounds (South Asia, Asia-Pacific, South East Europe, North East Europe, Middle East, Africa and Americas) and the selective International Rounds held in Oxford, gathering participants from countries as diverse as Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Greece, India, Lebanon, the Philippines, Serbia, Trinidad and Tobago, Ukraine, the UK and the USA.
The Price Media Law Moot Court Programme is more than a moot court!
Book Launch: State Responsibility for Non-State Actors
Event time12:30 - 14:00
Speaker(s)Richard Mackenzie-Gray Scott, Kate O'Regan, Halefom Abraha Arianne Griffith, Senior Campaigner on Corporate Accountability at Global Witness Philippa Webb, Professor of Public International Law at King’s College London Niko Pavlopoulos, Associate Legal Officer at the International Court of Justice
Between ‘Modern Slavery’ and ‘Decent Work’: Responses to Labour Exploitation
Event time14:00 - 17:30
Speaker(s)Anne Davies, Maayan Niezna, Elinor Buys Deirdre McCann; Neill Wilkins; Frank Hanson; Kate Roberts; Aké Achi; Peter McAllister
Rape Redefined: Catharine A. MacKinnon in conversation with Kate O’Regan
Event time17:00 - 18:45
Speaker(s)Kate O'ReganCatharine A. MacKinnon Elizabeth A. Long Professor of Law, University of Michigan and The James Barr Ames Visiting Professor of Law, Harvard Law School
Rights of Nature: A moral or a legal-political concept?
Event time12:30 - 13:45
Speaker(s)Patricia Wiater-Hellgardt, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg Professor Patricia Wiater, and Chair for Public Law, Public International Law and Human Rights at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany Dr Guilia Sajeva, and Researcher in Political Philosophy at the Department of Cultures and Society of the Università degli Studi di Palermo