On Monday 22nd May, 2017 a suspected suicide bomber killed 22 people who were leaving an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena. Another 64 people were injured, with more than 400 police … Continued
Author: Jem Collins
It’s been exactly a month since Prime Minister Theresa May decided to call a snap election for 8th June. That’s a long time in politics, so we’re keeping you up date … Continued
International Week for Respecting Childbirth is about recognising a woman’s right to a respectful birth and to make informed choices about her baby’s care. We’re all entitled to be treated … Continued
Irish police have dropped an investigation into whether Stephen Fry made blasphemous remarks on a TV show in 2015. Had he been convicted, Fry could have been hit with a fine … Continued
The past twelve months have seen an explosion in stories about the rise of ‘fake news’, but it’s actually nothing new. In fact, fake news is one of the reasons RightsInfo was … Continued
It’s a sad fact that many of us still feel uncomfortable talking about periods and, by extension, about period poverty.
It was only a few weeks ago that Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap General Election – but a lot has happened since 18th April. We’re still waiting for … Continued
Human rights aren’t just essential to our private lives, they also offer crucial protections for us at work. This International Workers’ Day we take a look at some of the past year’s … Continued
More than 300 people have died while in prisons in England and Wales during the last year, a rise of almost 20 percent.
Britain has dropped two places in the latest World Press Freedom Index, which ranks countries on the freedom of their journalists. Now ranked at 40, the UK sits behind countries … Continued