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October 7, 2017

Introduction

The Eweida and Others v United Kingdom [2013] judgement brought positive change to negating restrictions on freedom of religion under Article 9 to an assessment of proportionality. In Ms Eweida’s and Ms Chaplin’s cases, the women’s respective employers had...

June 14, 2015

15th June 2015 is the 800th anniversary of one of the most significant and eldest human rights charters in the world. The Magna Carta, which translates to ‘The Great Charter’, became the cornerstone for Britain’s uncodified constitution and one of the most recognised d...

December 10, 2014

This article was written for Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre's blog in celebration of Human Rights Day: 10th December 2014

This article intends to take you on a journey through the history of human rights, providing interesting facts about the legal instruments that prot...

November 12, 2014

This article was written for Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre's blog.

Introduction

The correct terminology for violence that takes place in close adult relationships is all but settled, given that it is a wider problem than the term ‘battered wives’ would suggest. ‘Domesti...