Sunday, 31 May 2015

Why we need human rights (5) - Cases since 1975 - Interesting links

Human Rights within the UK are now well and truly on the political agenda.  In four recent posts, I have looked at some situations where human rights law has undoubtedly been at the forefront of improvements to our domestic law.

A Research Briefing issued by Parliament on 22nd May contains a summary of human rights cases involving the UK since 1975.  It makes for interesting reading.  The cases are divided into two time periods: 1975-2000 and 2001 to the present day.  The Human Rights Act 1998 came into force on 2nd October 2000.

Parliament - Research Briefing - Paper No. 05611 (22nd May 2015)

Previous posts:


Why we need human rights (1) - 17 year olds and the law
Why we need human rights (2) - Right to Life
Why we need human rights (3) - Mental health
Why we need human rights (4) - Gender, Civil Partnerships and Same sex marriage

The following Tweets are of interest:



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