Should terrorists have human rights too? Our verdict

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=40&v=BXc_LA743uc   On 23rd November, ‘Knowing Our Rights’ put together a panel chaired by Guardian journalist, Prof Roy Greenslade, with Tasnime Akunjee, a legal expert working on terrorism cases; Prof Anthony...
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EU citizens’ rights and Brexit negotiations: both sides could be violating human rights law

Around 5m European citizens affected by the outcome of the UK referendum (EU citizens in the UK, and British citizens in the EU) have been living in a state of uncertainty for more than 500 days. Months on from the EU referendum, they have had little, if any,...
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Human rights and abuse of power by the press

Joanna Yeates was found dead in her flat on Christmas Day 2010. What followed was one of the most egregious examples of abuse of power by the press, as retired schoolteacher Christopher Jefferies was wrongly accused of murdering Yeates, in a ‘trial by media’ that...
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Panel debate: Do Terrorists Have Human Rights Too?

Panel debate: Do Terrorists Have Human Rights Too?

It’s one of the trickiest legal and ethical questions of the modern age: should  terrorists be denied their human rights in the interest of security? Should they simply be treated as rights-less? Come hear an in depth discussion of this vital contemporary matter, from...

Panel debate: Do Terrorists Have Human Rights Too?

Panel debate: Do Terrorists Have Human Rights Too?

It’s one of the trickiest legal and ethical questions of the modern age: should  terrorists be denied their human rights in the interest of security? Should they simply be treated as rights-less? Come hear an in depth discussion of this vital contemporary matter, from...

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