The European Court of Human Rights Press Team has produced a page on their website with factsheets by theme on case law and pending cases.
The human rights section of the EHRC website details everything you need to know about human rights and how they are protected, including a section on what people should do if they think their rights have been breached.
The British Institute of Human Rights released pilot versions of their resources on mental health, mental capacity and human rights in June 2016.
In April 2016, Colm O’Cinneide, Professor of Constitutional and Human Rights Law at University College London, talked to Professor David Feldman FBA about the UK and the European Convention of Human Rights.
The British Institute of Human Rights launched a new project Human Rights Check UK in April 2016.
In March 2016, Equally Ours published ‘Rights for Life’ – sharing stories on how human rights have been used in people’s lives.
A project to share and promote the hard facts about human rights through podcasting was launched in December 2015.
‘Getting with the Act: Our Human Rights Act from BIHR’ is an easy-to-read interactive eBook taking readers on a whistlestop tour of human rights.
A series of engaging films launched in 2016 focus on different aspects of BIHR’s work and human protections in the UK.
In 2015, the Scotland legal team of the Equality and Human Rights Commission launched ‘equality : online’, a series of legal webcasts for practitioners, advisers and academics.