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ECtHR, Grand Chamber: Italy’s ban on embryo research is not a “human rights violation”

The recent history of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is so rich in absurd manifestations of judicial activism that one always has to expect the worst. 853 more words

Human Rights

The Round-Up: Janner's debut, and the plight of relying on Dignitas.

Laura Profumo serves us the latest human rights happenings.

In the news:

Lurid show-trial of a vulnerable man, the timely vindication of justice being done, and being seen to be done, a CPS volte-face. 1,248 more words

In The News

#RightsInfo extends its range

Rights Info has only been going four months but has already begun to establish itself in the human rights world.  It is dedicated to providing accurate information on the subject of human rights. 345 more words

Human Rights Act

Human rights, the judiciary and the constitution: Past and future challenges

At the Constitution Unit’s 20th anniversary conference Dawn Oliver, Stephen Sedley and Richard Cornes assessed the Unit’s contribution to debates around human rights and the judges in the UK, and how it can feed into the challenges that lie ahead. 935 more words

Judiciary

Standing Up to McDonald's Bullying

McLibel

Directed by Fanny Armstrong and Ken Loach (2005)

Film Review

The documentary McLibel tells the inspiring story of two London Greenpeace activists who stood up to a giant multinational corporation in the longest court battle in English history. 555 more words

Inspiring Moments In Resistance