The UK and Welsh governments must do more to improve their record on preventing inhuman and degrading treatment across several areas, including immigration detention, healthcare and youth custody, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has warned.
Former Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister Alistair Carmichael writes following his Urgent Question on the guilty verdict handed to pro- democracy activists in Hong Kong.
Labour's Thangam Debbonaire MP writes ahead of her Westminster Hall debate on LGBT rights in Brunei.
The Police Federation of England and Wales has announced it will no longer be holding its annual Police Bravery Awards at The Dorchester Hotel.
The Immigration Bill leaves EU citizens in limbo after Brexit. Promises of future action and soothing words from ministers is not enough - legislative protection must be guaranteed, writes Harriet Harman
EU citizens will be stripped of their human rights after Brexit under current immigration proposals put forward by the Home Office, MPs and peers have warned.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced a briefing ahead of the Third Reading of the Trade Bill in the House of Lords.
Female Genital Mutilation has been illegal in the UK for 34 years, so why has it taken until 2019 for the first conviction to take place, and what can the Government do to stop it? Dods Monitoring's Sophie-Rose Feary explains.
Jeremy Hunt has granted diplomatic protection to Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe in a bid to up the pressure on the Iranian government to release her.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has drafted a briefing ahead of the International Women’s Day debate.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has produced a briefing for Lords Report Stage of the Trade Bill.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission will today present an updated report on women’s rights to the United Nations in Geneva.
Britain is on "the wrong side of the law" by continuing to sign-off arms exports for Saudi Arabia to use in the bloody war in Yemen, ministers have been warned.
Those of us who fear Brexit may lead to a weakening of the legal protection of citizens and repeal of the existing law need to be vigilant, says Tommy Sheppard MP.
Is this really a country that has to be monitored by the West almost every day? The President of the APPG for Sri Lanka thinks not.
The Bar Council of England and Wales has on a number occasions raised concern about his detention and repeatedly called on Chinese authorities to abide by its international obligations.
For British soldiers, Hillsborough families and victims of the Stafford hospital scandal, the Human Rights Act has been vital. We must protect it as it protects us, says Ed Davey
As we look forward to the future, and the challenges we are faced with as survivors become fewer and frailer Holocaust Memorial Day this Sunday, gives us the opportunity to reflect on the importance of remembering the Holocaust, says Ian Austin MP.
As part of the theme of this year's Bar Conference "All Bar None - Access, Development, Diversification", the Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC) hosted a morning session under the banner "A Global Mission: Championing women in the fight for Human Rights".
Below is the briefing by the Equality and Human Rights Commission ahead of tomorrow’s backbench business debate on the Cumulative Impact Assessment of Changes to Disability Support.
Please see below for a comment from EHRC about the Government's response to the Women and Equalities Commitee's inquiry on sexual harassment in the workplace.
British Government Ministers must do more to challenge Bangladesh’s behaviour as we approach their December general election, says Rupa Huq MP.
Equality body calls for employers to play their part in tackling the gender pay gap by publishing their action plans.
The right to free expression and to seek and receive ideas, without fear of persecution or interference, is one of our most cherished British values, says David Isaac, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission.