The Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations (HRFG) is an interdisciplinary research programme hosted by the Law Faculty that aims to contribute to academic and policy thinking on the human rights dimensions of poverty, armed conflict and environmental change. Drawing on the disciplines of law, philosophy, and international relations, the programme investigates the existing normative, legal and institutional human rights framework to face these challenges. This project aims to advance a new framework built on ethical, legal, and political dimensions that will help translate theory into real legal and policy solutions on these issues. HRFG hosts regular events, including a guest speaker series, where prominent academics, practitioners, and commentators are invited to deliver guest lectures that engage human rights topics using lenses that are innovative and stimulating. The directors of the programme are Professor Sandra Fredman, Professor Simon Caney, and Dapo Akande. More can be read about the work of HRFG, including news and event on the website.