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The Week In Human Rights News

It’s been a whirlwind election week as usual. Don’t worry, we’re here with our weekly round-up to help you take a bit of a breather. Go on, grab a cuppa ☕️. 

Human rights in the headlines

  • Judge criticises ‘inhuman’ separation of elderly couples [BBC]
  • EU demands three million citizens be allowed to stay in UK after Brexit [Independent]
  • Former President Carter warns against US relaxing emphasis on human rights [Daily Mail]

The week at RightsInfo

  • Privacy And The Paparazzi: Who Owns Your Photo? [RightsInfo]
  • How World War II led to Human Rights Laws [RightsInfo]
  • Do You Have the Right to Put Your Past Behind You? [RightsInfo]
  • Stephen Fry and the Blasphemy Investigation – Could it Happen Here? [RightsInfo]
  • The Rules of the Game: What do Election Requirements Have to do With Human Rights? [RightsInfo]

Top tweets

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Quotes of the week

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Saxon Norgard

Saxon Norgard

Saxon is one of RightsInfo's Site Editors and studying the GDL at the University of Law in London. Originally hailing from Australia, his interests lie in family law, international affairs and human rights. View all posts by Saxon Norgard.
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