Crowds of outsourced workers – including cleaners, porters and security officers – gathered in protest outside one of the UK’s biggest universities.
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The most important human rights cases translated into plain-English short stories
No. 31 of #50cases. No democracy is complete without the right of citizens to protest in public. But what happens when the right to protest clashes with the police’s duty to protect people … Continued
Just because we’re done with #50cases that doesn’t mean we’re going to stop translating key human rights stories into plain-English stories. Starting today, and continuing for the next two weeks, … Continued
No. 32 of #50cases In 2009, John Worboys, the ‘black cab rapist’, was found guilty of sexually assaulting 12 women. Police now believe he used ‘date-rape’ drugs to attack over 100 … Continued
This case dates back to 1985, before the Human Rights Act 1998 was in force in the UK. Mrs Abdulaziz, Mrs Cabales and Mrs Balkandali believed they were being denied … Continued
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A journey through 50 extraordinary human rights cases that transformed all of our lives. Access on a desktop computer for full experience and click the story links to read a bitesize summary of each case.
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