It’s since been prioritised by forces.
South African athlete Caster Semenya is challenging an IAAF rule regarding athletics with naturally high levels of testosterone in a case that could have profound implications for women in sport.
Shamima Begum was just 15 when she was radicalised by Isis militants online and smuggled into Syria. RightsInfo looks at her position under international law and the impact this might have on her access to fundamental human rights.
The Home Secretary has said that he will revoke her British citizenship – but does it matter that she was just 15 at the time she left?
The broadcaster found itself in the midst of controversy last week after it refused to include advice about abortion.
Among reasons cited for the split are accusations that Labour has mishandled accusations of antisemitism, as well as concerns over the leadership’s stance on Brexit and other issues.
The story of how the ban on gay and lesbian military personnel in the UK was overturned in 2000 after a long, arduous battle.
Vicky Foxcroft, the Labour MP for Lewisham Deptford, comments on the findings of the Youth Violence Commission and the link between school exclusion rates and youth violence.
The changes, proposed by Home Secretary Sajid Javid, have been met with concern from some campaigners.
An increased failure to ensure the use of rehabilitation programmes designed to change deviant behaviour also increased the likelihood that offenders would commit more attacks