Tag: human rights
Report: Expensive Property Has More Rights Than Protesters, Says Court
by Simon Childs
Report: Manchester Police Probably Broke the Law With ‘Racist’ Carnival Bans
by Moya Lothian-McLean
Opinion: A Cash Injection Won’t Fix Our Broken Legal System
by Michael Etienne
Opinion: Why Won’t Amnesty Say ‘Colonialism’?
by Nihal El Aasar
Last week Amnesty International published a landmark report concluding that Israel is perpetrating apartheid against Palestinians. The problem is it doesn’t care why, argues Nihal El Aasar.
Novara FM: The Age of Endless War
Of Course Tony Blair Won’t Back Down on Afghanistan – He’s Still Profiting Off Interventionism
by Joe Duffy
Feature: Cycling, Israel’s Latest Sportswashing Frontier
by Myka Tucker-Abramson
Report: The UK is Rushing to Deport Asylum Seekers Before Brexit, New Data Shows
by Rivkah Brown
Opinion: Tory Lawyer-Bashing Is a Long-Held Tradition – With Dangerous Consequences
by Fahad Ansari
With an alleged far-right extremist recently charged with attempting to launch a terror attack at a solicitor’s firm in London, and Priti Patel’s condemnation of ‘activist lawyers’ appearing to have triggered it, solicitor Fahad Ansari argues that such troubling denigrations are part of a long and reckless Tory campaign against legal professionals in the UK.
Novara FM: After Barbarism: Rosa Luxemburg’s Revolutionary Life
Novara Docs: Under Threat: the Sengwer Minority
Kenyan authorities and the EU are now negotiating the resumption of a controversial forest conservation project suspended in 2018 due to serious human rights concerns. The Sengwer, one of Kenya’s marginalised minorities, face eviction from their ancestral land. Despite a moratorium on evictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and huge pressure from human rights groups, […]