Birthday Newsletter – The Week In Human Rights News

RightsInfo turns two today, and what a dramatic week for it. Read on to catch up on the human rights stories you may have missed.

Human rights in the headlines

  • York to become UK’s first ‘Human Rights City’ [BBC]
  • Young offenders locked up for nearly 24 hours in UK prisons in breach of human rights law [Independent]
  • London residents overlooked by Tate Modern extension suing gallery for breach of right to private life [Independent]

The week at RightsInfo

  • Happy Second Birthday RightsInfo! [RightsInfo]
  • Mental Health Matters: How Human Rights Can Help with Mental Health Issues [RightsInfo]
  • Didn’t Like 2016? See What 2017 Has Done for Human Rights So Far [RightsInfo]

Top tweets

Quotes of the week

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Saxon Norgard

Saxon Norgard

Saxon is an undergraduate at Cardiff University studying a Bachelor of Laws. Originally hailing from Australia, his interests lie in family law, international affairs and human rights. View all posts by Saxon Norgard.
Birthday Newsletter – The Week In Human Rights News
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