Dr David Keane, Middlesex University’s Programme Leader for LLB, explains why ICERD ratification is so crucial in the context of protecting people’s rights in Myanmar. The International Convention on the Elimination […]
Dr Alice Donald, Senior Lecturer in the School of Law and co-investigator in the Human Rights Law Implementation project, explores the difficulties of implementing judgments of the European Court of […]
Britain’s decision to exit the European Union will result in many changes to the way our legal system works. The Great Repeal Bill will remove the power of the European Court […]
In her latest blog post, equality and discrimination law expert Dr Erica Howard welcomes this week’s Supreme Court judgment relating to indirect discrimination. In September 2015 in a blog post on this […]
This week Theresa May triggered Article 50 and the process for the UK to begin leaving the European Union. With the help of Post-its, lecturer in EU law and Sticky Tricky Law […]
This week the government was defeated by the House of Lords, which rejected its Brexit bill after Theresa May failed to guarantee the rights of EU nationals currently living and working […]
In his TEDx talk in Zurich last month Professor of International Law William Schabas challenged us to think about what our human rights will look like in 50 years’ time.