In order to provide an evidence base to develop Scotland’s National Action Plan for Human Rights, the Scottish Human Rights Commission (SHRC) compiled a research report published in February 2013.
This background paper, published in February 2013 by the Open Society Foundation, explains when and how the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights can be used by advocates at the national and EU level.
The Francis Report was published on 6 February 2013 and EDF’s Human Rights Director said ‘It’s time to put respect for human rights at the heart of the NHS’.
In January 2013, the EDF and other non-governmental organisations wrote to the Equality and Human Rights Commission offering support to the Commission in fulfilling its role.
On 17 January 2013, King’s College London, the Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) and the EDF Research Network held an ‘Anglo-German Dialogue on Equality and Human Rights’.
‘Restorative Justice for all’ (RJ4All) is an educational e-platform for the free dissemination of information on restorative justice.
‘Language and the Law: In Conversation with Lucy Scott-Moncrieff’ is the recording of a public event held at the LSE in London on 22 January 2013.
The Equality and Diversity Forum and others submitted responses to the Government’s consultation on proposed changes to judicial review.
Launched in December 2012, ‘Human Rights: What Have They Ever Done For You?’ is a series of videos showing how the Human Rights Act has helped everyday people to gain justice.
On 15 January 2013, the European Court of Human Rights ruling on the case of Eweida and Others v. United Kingdom was published.