Ahead of the July 2017 high-level political forum on sustainable development, the Secretary-General has reissued his report on progress towards the 2017 goals.
The Fawcett Society has, with other women’s organisations, issued an open letter to the Prime Minister on abortion rights.
Published in June 2017, the Social Mobility Commission’s barometer report finds a deep inter-generational divide in Britain.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee has ruled that Ireland’s abortion laws have subjected a woman to cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment (June 2017).
11 women’s charities and networks have created a website with a full rundown of the most important issues facing women in the June 2017 general election.
The European Commission has launched a May 2017 consultation on social inclusion and shared values for young people. And in particular, how education and non-formal learning can help create more socially cohesive societies.
With the June 2017 general election fast approaching, and the contest looking closer than anticipated, Natalie Sedecca looks at the issue of human rights and civil liberties.
Singer’s films highlight the importance of the Human Rights Act for ordinary people. Her latest film, directed by Nick Pilton, is The Boy Who Changed The Law.
FRA’s Fundamental Rights Report 2017 reviews major developments in the field, identifying both achievements and areas of concern.
The Runnymede Trust and partners have launched a May 2017 Manifesto for Race Equality in Britain to ensure BME voices are heard.