Meghan Campbell is the Deputy-Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. She is also a Lecturer in Law and the Birmingham University Law School. She was previously the Weston Junior Research Fellow, New College, Oxford University.

She holds a DPhil from Oxford University. Her forthcoming monograph, Using Equality to Address Women's Poverty: The Role of CEDAW offers an interpretation of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) to demonstrate how equality and non-discrimination can address the harms of gender-based poverty. Her current work investigates how the international human rights framework can address entrenched and emerging issues of gender equality and the nature and scope of the legal obligation to co-operate realize human rights. She has lectured at Oxford University on human rights, labour, administrative and constitutional law. She runs the graduate programme on Oxford Legal Assistance.

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Internet Publication (11)

M Campbell, 'OxHRH Blog: Safety of Sex-Workers Again at the Centre in Canada (Attorney General) v Bedford' (2014)

Other (1)

Journal Article (1)

M Campbell, 'Book Review: Basic Equality and Discrimination: Reconciling Theory and Law by Nicholas Mark Smith' (2013) Public Law 195

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Research Interests

Gender, International Law, Equality and Non-Discrimination

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Administrative Law, Constitutional Law (Senior Status), Human Rights Law, Public International Law

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