How society should deal with children who have broken the law can be a contentious topic.
A terminally ill dad has vowed to fight on after the High Court rejected his human rights challenge against the UK’s blanket ban on assisted dying.
Crowds of outsourced workers – including cleaners, porters and security officers – gathered in protest outside one of the UK’s biggest universities.
Access to free internet must be recognised as a human right key to the exercise of free speech and freedom of information, according to a study.
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A gay Nigerian refugee, who was jailed after trying to seek asylum in Canada by travelling using another person’s passport, has won an appeal against his conviction.
RightsInfo examines what targeted advertising means for our rights.
A migrant cleaner at an intensive care unit in London had to be hospitalised for days after bosses “ignored” her painful, long-term condition.
Local authorities should not reduce a person’s housing benefits – in spite of the government’s controversial “bedroom tax” regulations – when doing so breaches their human rights.
Veterans being targeted with series of election policy announcements on Armistice Day, including a pledge intended to prevent British soldiers facing legal claims over historic human rights issues.