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Measuring The Impact of the UK’s First Human Rights City
Government Must Stop Deporting Homeless EU Citizens Says High Court
Ofsted Chief Says Poor Performing Schools Should Not Blame Disadvantage
How the Prisoner Voting Debate Finally Came to a Close
Did the State Let Down the Grenfell Families?
Suicide: How Human Rights Come into Play When the Worst Happens
Do We Even Need Human Rights Anymore?
Why It’s Vital to Improve Experiences for Mental Health Patients
Author: Members of 1 Crown Office Row
High Court quashes guidance on deporting EEA nationals who are sleeping rough
Inadequate inquest following a police chase quashed after almost 20 years
Indefinite Detention and the Rule of Law — Catherine Jaquiss
Undercover police officers: how far does their legal liability go?
When can a Closed Material Procedure be used?
Supreme Court rules on time limitation for claims under the Human Rights Act
The Current Situation in Cambodia — Rajkiran Barhey
Polluter Pays Principle: in Tobago, in the EU/UK, and in UK post-Brexit
Author: Richard Edwards and Noelle Quenivet
This blog is intended to provide timely legal analysis of human rights issues. The focus of this blog is: domestic human rights law in Europe, constitutional/public/administrative law, the ECHR, the EU Charter of Rights and Fundamental Freedoms the rights of European citizens, international human rights law, and right to asylum and immigration law.
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Author: Group blog
Group academic blog with a focus on human rights issues in Ireland and on Irish scholarship about human rights theory, practice, law and politics more generally.
Liberty, the ICCL, and other NGO groups’ landmark challenge against the UK Government’s mass surveillance
What Ireland can gain from international guidance on Article 19 UNCRPD
Repeal or Replace?
An Abortion Law Immune from Constitutional Review?
Should the pro-choice movement support a new constitutional provision on abortion?
Replace v Repeal and the Politics of Legal Certainty
Ireland’s violation of International Abortion rights: A perpetual Déjà vu.
Call for Papers: Irish Yearbook of International Law
Bringing together human rights researchers, practitioners and policy-makers from across the globe
New OPBP Committee
Civil or Administrative Enforcement of Anti-Discrimination Law: Why Donald Trump Will Fail in His Efforts to Sabotage Employment Discrimination Law-David Oppenheimer (Berkeley)
De Groen v Gan Menaschem Hendon: Dismissal from Religious Schools
Friday in Focus: Ndjodi Ndeunyema
The need to consider victim’s voices in the sentencing of offenders: Director of Public Prosecutions v Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius
North African States Struggle to Protect the Human Rights of Irregular Migrants in their Territory
Submissions for Moore Prize in Human Rights
The Supreme Court of India Reads down the Marital Rape Exception: A Partial Victory for Women’s Rights Advocates
Author: David Mead, Prof of UK Human Rights Law, University of East Anglia
FLAGGING UP A MISCONCEPTION
Losing the vote: the referendum, Miller & dos Santos and Brexit
The Dog That Barked Rather Quietly: The Role of Law in Social Movement Studies
Law and Social Movements
Two single thoughts on sovereignty
EVEL IS AS EVEL DOES
SUBMISSION TO DEPT. FOR BUSINESS INNOVATION AND SKILLS – REFORM OF INDUSTRIAL PICKETING LAW
TOMORROW’S CHIP PAPER – THE TABLOIDS & THE HUMAN RIGHTS ACT