The British Institute of Human Rights regularly comments in national, regional and international media on human rights protections in the UK, what this means for people here at home and the wider implications of our domestic debates for European and International human rights systems.

Driven by our expertise in people’s experiences of human rights law in everyday life

Uniquely, because BIHR provides non-technical information on human rights for ordinary people and runs programmes with public officials to use human rights in their everyday work, our comment and analysis is not just legally sound it is also based on people’s real life experience.


Our spokespeople

Comments and analysis is provided by:

      Sanchita Hosali, Director of the British Institute of Human Rights


What we can offer

Skilled at talking to people across the UK from doctors and nurses to international politicians, BIHR offers sound, authoritative commentary in accessible everyday language.

Key issues for commentary include, but are not limited to:

  • The Human Rights Act and plans to change this law, with an emphasis on what this means for people’s everyday lives in the UK and our democracy
  • Sharing real life examples from our practice-based work on how the Human Rights Act is making a positive difference for people in everyday life across the UK
  • How UK debates on changing human rights law impact on the international and European systems of human rights protection, including the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights

Contact us

To get in touch with BIHR to discuss media commentary please contact: