The Chilcot Report, Tory Leadership Race And A Bit More Brexit: This Week's Human Rights News And Quotes - RightsInfo

The Chilcot Report, Tory Leadership Race And A Bit More Brexit: This Week’s Human Rights News And Quotes

The Chilcot Report. The inquest into the death of Alice Gross demonstrates how the Human Rights Act provide a small amount of comfort and hope to families who have suffered the death of a loved one.  And, of course, some more comments on the impact of Brexit on human rights (a recurring theme).

Human rights in the news

  • Chilcott Report: Tony Blair’s Iraq War case not justified [BBC News]
  • Amnesty’s International’s Response to the Chilcott Report [Amnesty International]
  • Where Do The Tory Leadership Candidates Stand on Human Rights [RightsInfo] [Guardian]
  • The publication of the Alice Gross Inquest demonstrates how human rights can deliver truth, justice and reform [Liberty]
  • Home schooling rules may have denied child human rights [Daily Mail]
  • Pressing the Red Button on Human Rights? Comment on the impact of Brexit on human rights in the UK [UK Human Rights Blog]
  • EU referendum: Would Brexit violate UK citizens’ rights? [BBC News]

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European Court of Human Rights in Abu Qatada v UK

Lord Hope in HT and HJ v Home Secretary

 

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Naomi completed her law degree at Oxford and LLM at UCL. Since then, she has worked as a research assistant and undergraduate teaching fellow. She will commence pupillage in 2018. View all posts by Naomi Webber.
The Chilcot Report, Tory Leadership Race And A Bit More Brexit: This Week’s Human Rights News And Quotes
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