Archived Human Rights stories

 
UN Intervention in Belhaj appeal
Mark Scott acted for Interveners from the United Nations at the appeal heard before the Supreme Court on 9 – 12 November 2015. The case was concerned with whether a former opponent of Colonel Gaddafi could bring a claim against the British Government for alleged complicity in his rendition to and...
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UN Special Rapporteur publishes 2016 UK report
Maina Kiai, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and Association, has published his 2016 report in which he criticises numerous surveillance practices in the UK and their detrimental impact on protest and free assembly.
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Concern at propoals to limit the Human Rights Act
Concern at propoals to limit the Human Rights Act
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Bhatt Murphy instructed in The People vs Snoopers charter legal challenge
Bhatt Murphy solicitor Shamik Dutta has been instructed to represent Liberty in their challenge to the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, also known as the “Snooper’s Charter”.
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Access to Justice Commission – Interim Report
The Bach Commission on Access to Justice has today published its interim report: The Crisis in the Justice System in England and Wales. Raju Bhatt of Bhatt Murphy is a member of the Commission.
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Transgender rights in Criminal Justice Read More
 
Birth parents to deliver call for public enquiry Read More
 
Public Inquiry sought into adoption practices Read More
 
Transgender Europe Legal Network Seminar Read More