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One and a Half Million More Children in Poverty by 2022
Men ‘Beaten, Deprived of Sleep, Food and Water’ Not Tortured, Says New Ruling
Can You Really Keep Politics Out Of Football?
Words Can Change the World – Here’s Why World Poetry Day Matters
Minimum Core Obligations: Philosopher John Tasioulas on a Contested Idea
Six Years On, London 2012’s Paralympic Legacy Is An Uncertain Flame
When Social Media Goes Bad: Facebook and the Rohingya Genocide
Meet the Inspiring Projects Making Life Better For Men in the UK
Author: Members of 1 Crown Office Row
Immigration Detention: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back — Sophie Walker
The Round-Up: Government wins benefits cap appeal, the scope of employee misconduct, and international crimes against humanity
Who is it that doesn’t like Mondays?
New episode of Law Pod UK
The Round Up – Strikes, detainees, and was it a poison plot?
Demolitions in the West Bank highlight a deep inequality — Josh Newmark
Listen Up! New episode of Law Pod UK just posted
Women “groomed, pimped and trafficked” as teenagers not required to disclose prostitution convictions to employers
Author: Antoine Buyse
Antoine Buyse is professor of human rights in a multidisciplinary perspective and director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) at Utrecht University
New ECHR Readings
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series VI
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series V
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series IV
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series III
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series II
The Draft Copenhagen Declaration - Comment Series I
Book on Core Socio-Economic Rights and the ECHR
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.
Euro Rights Blog: If One Wants Something Badly Enough...in Defiance of...International Law, Find a Lawyer to Say that it Is Perfectly Lawful - by Matthew White
Euro Rights Blog: “Our only weapon is the truth” –by Sarah Kay
La France a peur: When Emergency Becomes Permanence
Euro Rights Blog: Miranda v Home Secretary: On the Definition of Terrorism and Deference to the Executive – by Sarah Kay
Euro Rights Blog: Systematic Flaws in a ‘Safe Country’: When the Dublin Regulations Should Not Be Applied – by Adam Reuben
Euro Rights Blog: Safe European Home - by Sarah Kay
Euro Rights Blog: Did the Drone Attack on Brits in Syria Trigger the Applicability of the ECHR?
Saving the Human Rights Act: Ideas to Shape the Debate
Publisher: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
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.
Repeal and Replace?
Shifting Sands Under the Abortion Debate
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
Bringing together human rights researchers, practitioners and policy-makers from across the globe
New Human Rights Titles from Hart Publishing
Tackling FGM In India: Is It Time For A New Law?
Upcoming Seminar: Protecting the Protectors: Addressing the Crisis of Attacks on Environmental Defenders
A Step Closer to Equality: LGBTQ+ Rights in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
CCTV Cameras in Classrooms: The Conflict between Security and Privacy
Taking the backseat? Strategic utilisation of human rights in the implementation of SDGs
The Legality of Unilateral Child Conversion in Malaysia
Challenging Fundamentalisms? Ideology, Public Policy, Law and Gender Equality
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