As International Women’s Day took place across the globe, the United Nation’s also kicked off a new session to assess the challenges facing gender inequality to come.
From April to July in 1994, up to 1,000,000 people in Rwanda were murdered by members of the Hutu ethnic majority.
Last week RightsInfo’s founder Adam Wagner was in New York City pitching for a prestigious prize at the D&AD Impact Awards.
This month Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) celebrates its 69th birthday. With the recent re-appointment of Jeremy Hunt as health secretary and fresh concerns over the future of this national institution, we … Continued
The United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, which are six years old today, were set up in part to fill in gaps left by traditional human rights … Continued
Today marks 6 years since the UN Human Rights Council adopted the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. To celebrate, we are looking at three fantastic things the UK … Continued
On Saturday the 3rd of June, three men drove into pedestrians on London Bridge before launching a knife attack in Borough Market. Seven people were killed and forty-eight were injured. As someone … Continued
Lord Neuberger, the Supreme Court president, has warned that coverage of the Brexit case risked undermining the “rule of law”. He was referring to criticism by some tabloid newspapers of the three … Continued
On Wednesday, the European Court of Justice ruled that the UK’s Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (DRIPA), which expires on 31 December 2016, was unlawful because it allowed … Continued
Women are just as likely as men to ask for a pay rise, but are less likely to get one, says a new report published today. Do Women Ask? The … Continued