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Mary Doyle, an accessible aviation consultant, trainer, and writer, discusses flying as a wheelchair user and what is required.
Turkish citizens are resorting in vain to the European Court of Human Rights in ever greater numbers as trust in their domestic courts erodes.
Olivier Roth speaks to Justine Currell, CEO of Unseen, about the work her charity does with victims of modern slavery.
We held three public sessions where our commissioners took oral evidence from experts on the topic of algorithms in the justice system.
Floyd Porter, joint head of the mental health and capacity department at Miles & Partners, shares his thoughts on mental capacity issues.
Office holders at the Law Society of England and Wales have written to the Sultan of Brunei urging him to reverse changes to his country's penal code.
Lawyers in Turkey are suffering detention, arrest and jail on an unprecedented scale simply for carrying out their professional duties.
Shantha David explains how UNISON created a modern slavery statement, and offers some top tips for producing your own.
What are the future ramifications of the Repeal Bill? How should Henry VIII clauses be used? We ask two experts from Middlesex University for their thoughts.
We’ve published our trial observation report on the hearing of Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla, Fontem Neba, and others on 27 April 2017 at the Military Tribunal in Yaoundé.
Robert Bourns discusses modern slavery and how law firms can advise clients on human rights.