We asked you to let us know the poems you find the most inspirational, and you replied in abundance! Here are some of our top picks, and you can read … Continued
What we’ve been reading… A new report worries that the law won’t be able to keep up with the technological development of new weapons systems – and is likely to undermine … Continued
The Human Rights Watch London Film Festival is in full swing. We caught up with the Creative Director, John Biaggi. As a successful director/producer, what inspired you to use your skills … Continued
Last week we were in Strasbourg, where the European Parliament meets for its plenary sessions. One of the debates in Parliament was about a new EU Directive, which aims to strengthen … Continued
We caught up with Green MEP Jean Lambert at the press café in the European Parliament before the vote on a new EU Directive on the fair trial rights of … Continued
RightsInfo is taking a trip across the Channel to visit the European Parliament, the European Union’s law making body, for the March plenary session. Remember, the European Union has nothing … Continued
Stuck for how to celebrate International Women’s Day? Don’t be! With so much going on across the country, there’s no excuse not to get involved… 1. There’s so much going … Continued
Just a selection of this week’s human rights news and views (26.02.16)… Boris Johnson (and now Michael Howard too) chose Brexit and the EU referendum debate rages on (BBC), (Mirror), (Reuters) – but still no sign of … Continued
Is it fair to only earn less than half of your typical salary when you take holiday? Mr. Lock didn’t think so.
A former British Gas salesman, Mr. Lock was earning a basic salary of £14,670, which was topped up by the money he made from his commission (roughly 60% of his total pay).
It’s easy to forget the day-to-day realities of mental healthcare, but a new BBC initiative launched last week – #inthemind – puts it all into perspective. #inthemind is a series of documentaries, news items, and drama selected by and broadcast on the BBC. Given that a quarter of people in England experience a mental health problem each year, it’s great to see the BBC focussing on something that will affect many of us, in some way, over the course of our lives.