What is the Gender Recognition Act 2004? Why is it being reformed? And what does that mean for human rights? Here are some answers.
The V&A’s excellent exhibition explains how for over 200 years no play could be staged without first being approved by the Lord Chamberlain – the most senior member of the Royal household. This ended in 1968 with the introduction of the Theatres Act.
Rightful Lives is an online exhibition on human rights as a person living with learning disabilities and reflects on themes including the right to life, inhuman treatment, liberty, dignity, respect and autonomy.
Looking back on the life of lawyer and staunch defender of human rights Sir Louis Blom-Cooper who passed away in September 2018.