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It’s Refugee Week: Let’s Celebrate Five Famous Refugees
From Trump’s Zero Tolerance Policy to Yarl’s Wood: What Are Asylum Seekers’ Rights?
What Exactly Is The UN Human Rights Council?
‘Changes Needed To Narrow’ Criminal Justice System for Young Adults
Conservatives and the History of Human Rights
Faith Schools ‘Discriminating Against Non-Religious Children’
Is There A Right To Food? How To Solve The UK’s Growing Food Poverty Crisis
Court Says Drill Music Group Banned From Sharing Songs Without Police Permission
Author: Members of 1 Crown Office Row
Bars to the Bar: Diversity in the Legal Profession Before the Canadian Supreme Court – Michael Rhimes
Slamming the door on system failure in medical negligence inquests – Jeremy Hyam QC
Supreme Court rules on true employment status of a contractor in Pimlico Plumbers case
Home Office to pay damages for detention of immigrant claimant
Inquiries and Inquests seminar highlights now available on Law Pod UK
Supreme Court rules on challenge to abortion ban in Northern Ireland
New Podcast: Will AI outwit our laws?
The “gay marriage” case that never was: Three thoughts on Coman, Part 2 – Michael Rhimes
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
My New Article on the European Court of Human Rights as a Norm-Broker
Summer School on Fundamental Rights in the EU and ECHR
10 Years ECHR Blog
Guest Blog Commentary on Ne Bis in Idem
New Book on Great Debates and the ECHR
Case-Law Guide on Article 18 ECHR
New Judge in Respect of Montenegro
Guest Post: Commentary on the Final Copenhagen Declaration
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, Abortion and the Common Good: Beyond Foetal Rights?
#abortiontravel Cordelia Freeman on “The Chile-Peru Abortion Trail and the Irish Experience”
#abortiontravel Sydney Calkin on “The Changing Geographies of Abortion Access”
#abortiontravel Kath Browne & Catherine Nash on “Love both?: Naming Heteroactivism”
#abortiontravel Katherine Side on “Medical Abortion Use: Post-Referendum Possibilities”
Blog Carnival: Spatiality and Abortion Travel
Repeal and Replace?
Shifting Sands Under the Abortion Debate
Bringing together human rights researchers, practitioners and policy-makers from across the globe
Friday in Focus-Rachel Wechsler
The Fate of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in UK Law After Brexit is Sealed
Adrian Coman v. Romania: A Small Victory with Wasted Potential
The EU Withdrawal Bill in the Commons: Parliament surrendering control?
The International Center for the Promotion of Human Rights Course: Human Rights, Investigation, Fact-Finding, Documenting and Montioring
Friday in Focus: Tom Lowenthal
Landmark Judgment for Women’s Rights
(No) Freedom of Speech at Universities?
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