The Learning Disabilities Mortality Review Annual Report

BIHR responds to the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR)Read more

Human Rights in Care: Improving Services, Changing Lives

We're at the National Care Forum annual conference talking about human rights in careRead more

33 train hours, 100s of miles: lots of appetite of human rights community education

Sophie Howes, the force behind this year's March for Human Rights, shares her reflectionsRead more

It is vital that the voices of those who believe in our shared humanity are heard and amplified

Sir Nicolas Bratza, BIHR Chair, reflects on universal human rights as March for Human Rights draws to a close,Read more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Liberty

70 years of human rights: the right to libertyRead more

Human rights education - what is it and why is it important?

Michael Olatokun and Sabina Garahan from the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law blog about the importance of human rights education, an important message that underpins BIHR’s March for Human Rights.Read more

No justice; no accountability without the Human Rights Act

Pragna Patel, Director of Southall Black Sisters, discusses the importance of human rights, and particularly our Human Rights Act, to ensure justice and accountability for women experiencing violence.Read more

March for Human Rights: the Right to be Free from Inhuman & Degrading Treatment

70 years of universal human rights: the right to be free from inhuman and degrading treatmentRead more

A year of anniversaries: human rights & racial justice

Racial justice and human rights: a year of anniversariesRead more

March for Human Rights: Non-Discrimination

70 years of universal human rights: the right not to be discriminated againstRead more

We’re celebrating the impact of advocacy championing a human rights approach today!

As part of March for Human Rights the Alzheimer’s Society is celebrating the impact of advocacy championing a human rights approach with people affected by dementiaRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Respect for Private & Family Life

70 years of universal human rights: the right to respect for private and family lifeRead more

Human rights and HIV: campaigning to end discrimination

NAT, the National Aids Trust, blogs about the importance of human rights in campaigning to end HIV-related discriminationRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to be Free from Slavery & Forced Labour

70 years of universal human rights: the right to be free from slavery and forced labourRead more

70 years of the UDHR: a vision for a better world

René Cassin and BIHR reflect on 70 years of universal human rights in the UDHRRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Freedom of Expression

70 years of universal human rights: the right to freedom of expressionRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience & Religion

10 years of universal human rights: the right to freedom of thought, conscience & religionRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Freedom of Assembly & Association

70 years of universal human rights: the right to freedom of assembly & associationRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Life

70 years of universal human rights: the right to lifeRead more

The UDHR at 70 – still relevant today?

Professor Klug reflects on 70 years of the UDHR in a guest blog to launch BIHR's March for Human Rights campaignRead more

March for Human Rights: the Right to Marry & Found a Family

70 years of universal human rights: the right to marryRead more

Victims’ human rights must be protected

We respond to the Supreme Court judgement on the human rights duties of the policeRead more

Human Rights Young Researchers Project

Find out what the 13- and 14-year-olds we work with think of human rightsRead more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Abolition of the death penalty

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to free elections

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to education

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right not to be discriminated against

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to marry and found a family

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to freedom of assembly and association

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to freedom of expression

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more

The Human Rights Act unwrapped: Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion

To mark 17 years of the Human Rights Act, we're 'unwrapping' the Human Rights Act. With information & stories, we'll be sharing how the Act works and how it makes a difference.Read more