Ahead of the Women’s World Cup kick-off on Friday (June 7), RightsInfo takes a look back at when the Football Association actually banned women’s football in England for 50 years.
On the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT), we speak to campaigners from the LGBT+ community about what the day means for them.
Inequality think tank, the Institute of Fiscal Studies, has released a report which indicates an increase in ‘deaths of despair’ amid high levels of inequality in the UK.
With veganism becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle choice, campaign groups are pushing for the government to take greater action to ensure more options catering for vegan diets in public institutions such as hospitals, schools and prisons are made available.
UK rock band Wolf Alice is backing calls to boycott this year’s Eurovision Song Contest citing alleged human rights abuses committed by host country Israel.
A coalition of more than 30 human rights organisations have grouped together to condemn the government’s response to a Home Office select committee report calling for greater protections for migrant women to be enshrined in domestic abuse law.
Facebook has confirmed that it’s messaging service Whatsapp has been hacked by malicious spyware to spy on human rights campaigners, among others.
New research from Liberty shows a 28 day limit on immigration detention could save the UK £35million a year.
The campaign groups say that vegans have the same human rights protections as those with religious beliefs.
A draft bill to protect the UK’s social, cultural and economic rights is now out for consultation.