We all rely on our human rights when we’re at our most vulnerable – if we have a disability, or a mental health problem, if we’re in hospital or need a bit of extra care. Equally Ours is a campaign to show the benefits of human rights for people all over the UK. We share …
On 6 February 2014 – International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation – the Government published a declaration to end Female Genital Mutilation in the UK and abroad.
Have you used human rights laws or approaches to help you, or your family? Would you like to share your story? Equally Ours is producing a series of short films telling the stories of people’s human rights experiences. We want these stories to bring to life the importance of human rights in everyday life; how …
We are Family is a new initiative to highlight the plight of families
We’re looking for a film maker or production company to produce a series of short films telling the story of individual people’s human rights experiences. We want these stories to bring to life the importance of human rights in everyday life; how they benefit people from all walks of life in very practical ways. Find …
The Justice Alliance is petitioning David Cameron and the UK Government to save legal aid.
Equally Ours is a new initiative to raise awareness of the benefits of human rights for everyone in everyday life.
The Campaign for Freedom of Information is urging the government not to proceed with proposals to make it easier for public authorities to refuse Freedom of Information requests on cost grounds.
In July 2013, the Beyond 2011 independent working group issued an appeal to those who use official population and social statistics in the UK.
On 31 May 2013, the European Commission launched the EU Civil Society Platform against trafficking in human beings.