Reinvigorating Ubuntu Through Water: A Human Right to Water Under the Namibian Constitution
Book Launch: ‘Re-Invigorativing Ubuntu Through Water: A Human Right to Water under the Namibian Constitution’ by Dr Ndjodi Ndeuyema
The book will be available for purchase at the venue for £30 a copy (either cash or EFT/PayPal at the venue)
A drinks reception will follow the launch at The Royal Oak on Woodstock Road from 8-10 pm.
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This event is co-organised by the Oxford Human Rights Hub and the Africa Oxford Initiative.
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- Welcome and opening remarks
- Book Launch: 'Re-Invigorativing Ubuntu Through Water: A Human Right to Water under the Namibian Constitution' by Dr Ndjodi Ndeuyema
Speakers:Dr Ndjodi Ndeunyema
Dr Meghan CampbellDeputy-Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub
Meghan Campbell is the Deputy-Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. She is also a Law Lecturer at the University of Birmingham. She was previously the Weston Junior Research Fellow, New College, Oxford University. Her research explores how the international human rights system can best respond to gender inequality and poverty.
Dr Ndjodi Ndeunyema Modern Law Review Early Career Research Fellow and former Research Director of the OxHRHDr Ndjodi NdeunyemaModern Law Review Early Career Research Fellow and former Research Director of the OxHRH
Dr Ndjodi Ndeunyema is a Research Director at the OxHRH. He completed his DPhil in law on the Human Right to Water under the Namibia Constitution as well as the MPhil, BCL and MSc in Criminology as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. His law undergraduate is from the University of Namibia. Dr Ndeunyema is a 2020-21 Modern Law Review Early Career Fellow and founding Editor of the University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal.
Prof Kevin MarshProfessor of Tropical Medicine
Kevin Marsh is a Professor of Tropical Medicine at the University of Oxford and senior advisor at the African Academy of Sciences. He qualified in medicine at the University of Liverpool in 1978 and began his research career at the MRC Unit in the Gambia working on the immunology of malaria. In 1989 he established with colleagues a series of research projects on malaria in Kilifi on the Kenyan coast. These have subsequently developed into an international programme working on all aspects of health in east Africa (the KEMRI Wellcome Trust Research Programme) involving around 800 staff working across a number of countries in east Africa of which he was director until August 2014.
Prof Miles JacksonAssociate Professor of Law
Miles Jackson is an Associate Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law and a Fellow of Jesus College. He holds MA and DPhil degrees from the University of Oxford, an LLM degree from Harvard Law School, and an LLB from the University of South Africa.
Miles has a range of research interests in general international law, including jurisdiction, immunities, and the law of state responsibility, as well as in international and domestic criminal law. His doctoral research, supported by a Rhodes Scholarship, was on complicity in international law and was published by Oxford University Press in 2015. His work has been published in, amongst others, the European Journal of International Law, the Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, and the Journal of International Criminal Justice. In 2017, he was awarded the Cassese Prize for International Criminal Law Studies.
Prof Sandra FredmanProfessor of Law
Sandra Fredman is a Professor of the Laws of the British Commonwealth and the USA at Oxford University, professorial fellow at Oxford’s Pembroke College, Founder and Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. She has published widely on human rights, labour law and equality law. Her books include Women and the Law, Discrimination Law, Human Rights Transformed and Comparative Human Rights. She was elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2005 and became a QC (honoris causa) in 2012.