It’s 100 years since some British women were given the right to vote. You might think the suffragettes have nothing in common with modern human rights campaigns – but you’d be wrong.
Hundreds of torture survivors arrive every year in the UK looking for sanctuary. Every survivor has a different story and different needs. Freedom from Torture, a human rights organisation where I’m a trustee, … Continued
David Lidington has just become our new Justice Secretary, replacing Liz Truss. Some of the key responsibilities of the role rest around our human rights – prison and court reform, tackling extremism, protecting access … Continued
The High Court has ruled that journalists’ right to protect their sources can be outweighed by the right to privacy, in a case involving pop singer and performer Cliff Richard.
World Environment Day is an annual feature on the global calendar, this year focusing on “connecting people with nature”. Yet while leaders from around the globe banded together to get … Continued