Conservative peer and Minister for Women and Equalities
When passing the legislation to deprive people of their citizenship, Parliament left a lacuna for British children in refugee camps after the end of the fighting against IS, says Baroness Berridge.
Baroness Berridge writes for PoliticsHome ahead of her Oral Question today in the House of Lords on ensuring the Commonwealth Communiqué’s commitment to eradicate forced marriage is realised and assessing its inter-relationship with forced conversion.
Ahead of her oral question on Wednesday 25 April on action to promote freedom of religion or belief as part of the human rights agenda to be discussed at the Commonwealth Summit, Baroness Berridge writes about the question for PoliticsHome.
It is vital that we use April’s Commonwealth summit as a vehicle to spread knowledge about what the organisation offers, writes Baroness Berridge
Around the world too many people are still living in fear of persecution for their beliefs. It’s time we matched our rhetoric with practical action, writes Baroness Berridge
To mark Commonwealth Day, Baroness Berridge highlights how the commonwealth provides a platform for dialogue on the role of religion in promoting peaceful societies.