Watch this powerful new film that EDF’s sister organisation, Equally Ours, has produced with Women’s Aid, ‘Unpunished’, to show that we all have a role to play in ending domestic violence.
CRAE’s See it, Say it, Change it project gives children and young people a chance to tell their side of the story to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child.
RightsInfo is about changing the way we communicate human rights.
The police already knew that Marc Chivers was a violent man and that he was a particular threat to women. In the past he had been convicted of the killing of a girlfriend, and had served time for assault against Maria Stubbings. When he was released from prison they assessed Maria as being at high …
Meet Charles, and see the contrast between the life he has now to the life he has lived. He’s not ‘loving later life’, because he is being ignored, neglected and forgotten. Human rights give people the power to challenge poor care, and they apply to all of us, whatever our age. We’ve partnered with …
In March 2015, the European Parliament adopted its Annual report on human rights and democracy in the world.
Published in June 2015, this collection of essays by academic, NGO and policy thinkers from across the UK highlights how making connections between different agendas, sectors and places can help tackle disadvantage and inequality more effectively.
This Equal Rights Trust guide to using equality and non-discrimination strategies to advance economic and social rights was published in December 2014.
In a report published in March 2015, the JCHR welcomes the progress made by the Government in recognising children’s rights but says that more still needs to be done.
In March 2015, the Scottish Human Rights Commission published a briefing on the future of the UK’s human rights laws, setting out a ‘progressive test’ for any proposals to change the UK’s human rights laws.