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Australian Senate Committee Uncovering Human Rights Abuses occurring in the Detention of Asylum Seekers Arriving by Sea on Nauru

Press Release

For Immediate release

10 August 2015

Australian Senate Committee Uncovering Human Rights Abuses occurring in the Detention of Asylum Seekers Arriving by Sea on Nauru… 585 more words

International Issues

Re X considered (and limited)

The fall out from Re X continues.   A hearing has been listed (in public) for 30-31 July before Charles J to consider the matters raised in… 1,139 more words

Case Management

Human Rights at Sea partner with Marlins on new e-learning course

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Human Rights at Sea partner with Marlins on new e-learning course

UK-based charity, Human Rights at Sea is pleased to announce their co-operation with maritime training provider, Marlins, on the development and endorsement of a new e-learning course addressing the rescuing of migrants at sea. 291 more words

Deprivation Of Liberty

Deprivation mmmmeltdown

The case of MOD & Others (Deprivation of Liberty) 2015   http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWCOP/2015/47.html   involved nine unrelated cases where Local Authorities were seeking test cases under the President’s new scheme for ‘fast-tracking’ Deprivation of Liberty authorisations. 1,976 more words

Case Law

Deprivation of liberty ruling contributing to ‘unprecedented pressure’ on Approved Mental Health Professionals

Original post from Community Care

‘………….by Andy McNicoll

Cheshire West ruling has led to several AMHP teams facing surge in requests for Mental Health Act assessments, report finds… 644 more words

Disability

Who Watches Out for the Seafarers and Their Families?

MAREX: By Wendy Laursen 2015-06-22

Article reproduced with express permission.

Maritime writer John Guy recalls the time when he was second mate on a small general cargo ship. 1,254 more words

International Issues

Councils’ failure to make court applications leaving ‘widespread unlawful deprivations of liberty’

Original post from Community Care

‘……………by Andy McNicoll

Councils have made just 1.6% of court applications they feel may be needed to ensure community care placements comply with landmark Supreme Court ruling, Community Care research finds… 2,040 more words

Disability