We agree with the Law Commission's proposals to make changes to the law on hate crime to provide greater consistency, clarity and fairness.
We responded to a series of inquiries into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s protected characteristics.
International human rights treaties are among the strongest signs of global shared humanity and form the bedrock of international peace and prosperity.
We've responded to the announcement of an independent review into how UK courts are interpreting the Human Rights Act 1998.
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Hazel Blake, our policy adviser for domestic human rights, constitutional and administrative law, takes an in-depth look at the Independent Review of Administrative Law.
We've responded to the Independent Review of Administrative Law's call for evidence on a range of aspects of judicial review.
An essential element of democracy requires that anyone who is affected by the decisions of public bodies is able to raise a challenge in the courts, said the Law Society of England and Wales.