High Court judges today (June 6) heard the Department for Work and Pensions (DwP) respond to accusations that its efforts to level the difference between pensionable ages of men and women caused unlawful discrimination.
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Nearly 4 million women in the UK will have to wait until they are 65 or 66 years old before receiving their pension in a move which a campaign group of women born in the 1950s have taken to judicial review.
RightsInfo speaks to protestors gathering in central London amid US President Donald Trump’s second official visit to the country.
The Prison Reform Trust is calling on the Ministry of Justice to roll out its Release On Temporary Licence scheme – intended to help offenders through work placements in the community – more widely in closed prisons.
On the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT), we speak to campaigners from the LGBT+ community about what the day means for them.
A coalition of more than 30 human rights organisations have grouped together to condemn the government’s response to a Home Office select committee report calling for greater protections for migrant women to be enshrined in domestic abuse law.
New guidelines in England and Wales will require victims of certain crimes, including rape and sexual assault to sign a consent form to hand over their mobile phone to be checked by the police.
The Women’s Equality Party wants to eradicate sex work because they fear it increases violence against women – but strippers say the best route is regulation, not criminalisation.
A new Women and Equalities Committee report urges government action on abortion reform in Northern Ireland
Despite a lower population at the Colnbrook detention centre, incidents of self-harm have tripled in three years.