26 10, 2023

X Gender Passports: On the Horizon for the UK and the ECtHR?

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Dr Gizem Guney, Senior Lecturer in Law with Criminology, University of Portsmouth In 2021, the UK Supreme Court decided that the UK’s failure to provide an ‘x’ gender marker on passports did not violate the UK’s obligation to respect and protect the right to privacy.  The case was brought by a British campaigner, Elan-Cane, who [...]

14 12, 2022

New socio-legal book on business and human rights

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Aleydis Nissen In June 2017, I followed the Socio-Legal Residential Masterclass on the politics of socio-legal scholarship. Five months later, it was time to put those insights in practice and to find out for myself what the ‘“cracks and dysfunctions” in existing legal systems’ are. These insights will be published by Cambridge University Press in [...]