Since its inception, OPBP has produced more than 50 projects for around 45 project partners across a huge range of different jurisdictions.

We have worked on issues ranging from the reform of India’s sexual harassment laws to the use of secret evidence in judicial proceedings, from the scope of freedom of information laws in Hungary to women’s inheritance rights in Botswana, and from the regulation of food advertising in the European Union to the protection of children’s rights in Brazil.

Through our project work, we ensure that the skills and expertise of the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Law and its diverse graduate student body have a constant and meaningful impact all over the world.

Below is a chronological list of some of our projects with links to the relevant documents.

2020

Ongoing

  • Independence Referenda under International Law

Completed

2019

  • Death Penalty for ‘Non-Triggerman’-Homicide Offences*
  • Protecting the Anonymity of Child Victims: Constitutionality of Section 154(3) of the South African Criminal Procedure Act, 1977*
  • Tort/ Delictual and Constitutional Damages: Arising from the death of a child as a result of the breach by the state of its constitutional obligations*
  • Inclusion of “Sexual Orientation” and “Gender Identity”: Meaning of “Sex” within Title VII, Civil Rights Act, 1964* 

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2006

2005

*Some projects may not be available at the moment due to confidentiality and non-disclosure requirements. Should you require any information about the project, please get in touch with us at opbp@law.ox.ac.uk.