Date: 20 February 2019
Location: Laycock Professional Development Centre (PDC), Laycock Street , London , N1 1TH
This 2 hour session is open to senior leadership within North Central London Transforming Care Partnership (TCP). The session will offer two things:
14 police forces are using, have previously used or are planning to use shady algorithms which ‘map’ future crime or predict who will commit or be a victim of crime, using biased police data.
This is according to the February 2019 report (pdf) from Liberty on police algorithms.
The Government has produced a January 2019 response (pdf) to the domestic abuse consultation and draft Domestic Abuse Bill.
The government has committed to introduce a Domestic Abuse Bill, which will provide a once-in-a generation opportunity to transform the response to this terrible crime.
The House of Lords EU Justice Sub-Committee has exchanged letters, dated December 2018 and January 2019, with the Government about the Political Declaration. The correspondence relates to a change in wording to the Declaration regarding the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).
‘The government must accept that self-regulation of social media has failed’ says the January 2019 report from Petitions Committee on online abuse and the experience of disabled people.
The Work and Pensions Committee has announced a new inquiry, launched January 2019, into what the Government calls ‘natural migration’ – the process by which people claiming existing benefits move onto Universal Credit if they have a change in their circumstances. The deadline for submissions is 18 February 2019.
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission have published their draft Strategic Plan for 2019 – 2022, in January 2019. To help them set their priorities and deliver the best service for everyone in Northern Ireland, they would like to hear from you.
Deadline for submissions is 15 March 2019.
Tell MAMA and GMB Yorkshire have launched a toolkit (pdf), released October 2018, to help people seek redress if they are targeted for hatred or discrimination.
‘[The Act’s] provisions are designed to reflect a rights-based approach to social security, which marks it out as an interesting departure from the legislative status quo.’ This is according to a January 2019 article in the Edinburgh Law Review on the Social Security (Scotland) Act 2018.
The Special Rapporteur released a report in 2016 which sets out the Recognition, Institutionalization and Accountability (RIA) Framework for realising economic and social rights. He is currently carrying out a research project (pdf) to expand upon the 2016 report by investigating the extent of legislative recognition and institutionalisation of economic and social rights globally. As well …
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