The Law Society has warned that legal aid cuts have created ‘legal deserts’, leaving many unable to seek justice and assert their rights.
Forced migration is a massive rights issue – and we need to act now.
The Human Rights Court has issued a new judgment on one of its most historic cases, but some have said they’ve missed an important opportunity “to put right a historic wrong”.
As the dust on the scandal starts to settle, we take a look back at the finer details.
The UN say Facebook has played a big role in stirring up hatred in the country.
As the winter holidays approach and temperatures drop, it’s time to snuggle up under a blanket with your hot drink of choice and a brilliant book.
On Monday we celebrated International Migrants Day. But do migrants and refugees worldwide have much to celebrate at the moment?
On 7 July 1989, the Human Rights Court handed down a unanimous judgment that would make history.
We said never again. But it’s happening right now, and we are doing nothing to stop it.
Human rights are very real. They protect our right to be alive, to live safely with our families, and get a decent education.