Last week McDonald’s staff from branches in Cambridge and Crayford, South East London, went on strike.
Author: Hayley Chapman
On 9 October 2012, 15-year-old Malala Yousafzai was on the school bus home when she was shot in the head by the Taliban. She survived and went on to achieve amazing … Continued
A report into child abuse in Jersey’s care system has uncovered hundreds of incidents of physical, sexual, and mental abuse that took place over seven decades. It also warns that … 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
2016 brought us Brexit, the European migrant crisis, and rumours of plans to pull the UK out of the Human Rights Convention. Some people felt that it wasn’t such a great year. basically … Continued
Human rights protect our right to free speech, to family life, to a free trial and much more. But how much do you know about your rights – in numbers?
International Women’s Day is about being bold for change: being brave enough to try and make the world fully gender inclusive. A huge part of this is ensuring there … Continued
The risk of the loss of EU citizenship rights for EU nationals who already live in the UK, and for UK nationals who already live in EU Member States, requires … Continued
Donald Trump is now the President of the United States. We generally focus on human rights in the UK, but President Elect Trump’s promised policies are likely to affect rights protections the world … Continued
An Employment Tribunal has just found that Uber, the well-known car hire platform, has been operating in breach of its 40,000 drivers’ rights by failing to ensure its workers are … Continued