Human rights took centre-stage – alongside a healthy dose of politics – at a discussion between Shadow Minister for Brexit Sir Keir Starmer and the BBC’s Jo Coburn this week.
A relatively unknown treaty called the ‘European Social Charter’ is being used across Europe to outlaw the use of corporal punishment against children. The UK was one of the first … Continued
The past year has seen a flurry of calls and proposals across the UK for the use of corporal punishment by parents to be outlawed.
Prominent anti-Soviet novelist and Nobel Laureate Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn passed away nine years ago today, but his works continue to provide us with a frightening insight into a world without human rights.
The Welsh Government has made plans to scrap the legal defence for parents who use corporal punishment to discipline their children.
The internet age has brought with it many new challenges for the law and human rights, but few are as insidious as the phenomenon known as ‘revenge porn’.
The new parliament may be far from ideal for some (and indeed, we still aren’t sure if a deal with the DUP will happen), but there is one thing to … Continued
The General Election is drawing closer and closer, and it’s all heating up for human rights, with the parties revealing more related policies.
It’s been a whirlwind election week as usual. Don’t worry, we’re here with our weekly round-up to help you take a bit of a breather. Go on, grab a cuppa ☕️. … Continued
What could you do if a tabloid magazine took a photo of you in public and published it without your permission? Do you have a right to privacy that can be protected, … Continued