‘”Solidity or Wind?” What’s on the menu in the bill of rights debate?’ by Francesca Klug was published on the Open Democracy website in February 2009.
‘From conflict to cohesion: competing interests in equality law and policy’ by Maleiha Malik is a paper commissioned by the Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) in 2008.
Amanda Ariss, Chief Executive of the Equality and Diversity Forum, took part in Radio 4’s ‘Law in Action’ on Tuesday 10 February 2009. The programme discussed ‘what happens when human rights collide’.
In January 2009, the Joint Committee on Human Rights published ‘A Bill of Rights for the UK? Government Response to the Committee’s Twenty-ninth Report of Session 2007-08′.
On 1 December 2008, protection under the Human Rights Act was extended to cover residents of independent care homes whose accommodation is publicly arranged.
On 13 November 2008, the Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) held a seminar on ‘Competing interests and equality rights’.
In October 2008, the Joint Committee on Human Rights published ‘Monitoring the Government’s Response to Human Rights Judgements: Annual Report 2008’.
On 10 August 2008, Parliament’s Joint Committee on Human Rights published its Twenty-ninth report on ‘A Bill of Rights for the UK?’.
In June 2007, The House of Lords handed down its judgment in a case that explored the definition of ‘public authority’ under section 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998.
In November 2006. the Joint Committee on Human Rights published the results of an inquiry following public controversy aroused by three high-profile cases in May 2006.