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The use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) – otherwise described as gagging orders – to keep confidential matters secret has once again been brought into the public eye.
The UK government and other world leaders must stop “fuelling the global inequality crisis”, according to an open letter signed by more than 100 charities and activist groups. JustFair’s Imogen Bishop, from UK-based JustFair, tells us why.
Building 3.1million social homes over the next 20 years will pay for itself in money saved on housing benefit, a leading charity has said.
Thousands of people with autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) want to work but are being “excluded and discriminated against” amid government inaction, according to MP Marion Fellows.
A lack of funding gives councils “no excuse” for failing to meet their legal duty to children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), a court has heard.
The UK’s poorest will suffer most from a “catastrophic” climate crisis which threatens to undermine basic human rights and democracy, according to UN expert Philip Alston.
Victoria Alvarez came to the UK as a refugee more than 25 years ago, fleeing the Colombian civil war. She set up a stall in a London market dubbed the ‘Latin Village’, which is set to be demolished in what the UN calls a “human rights threat”.
Ahead of the Women’s World Cup kick-off on Friday (June 7), RightsInfo takes a look back at when the Football Association actually banned women’s football in England for 50 years.