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AIDA 2016 Update: United Kingdom

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Country Report: United Kingdom

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UK detention policy on victims of torture unlawful, High Court rules

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People who escape war and persecution abroad, badly let down in Britain

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Abusive practices in UK detention centres – G4S and Home Office under fire

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Refugees in the UK, returned after five years?

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Destitution and inhuman conditions endemic to UK asylum accommodation

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UK: SUBMISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON THE ELIMINATION OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN

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English Courts Hear Crucial Appeal On Whether Uk Government Should Have Arrested Visiting Egyptian General Suspected Of Torture

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Before the harm is done

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Implementation by the United Kingdom of its Obligations Under International Human Rights Treaties, Edited transcript of the proceedings of Annual Members Conference 1989. Mar. 1989, 30 pp.

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Coroners Courts in England and Wales. 1986, 28 pp.

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Extradition, A Review of the Law and Practice of Extradition in the United Kingdom, Comments on the Report of an Interdepartmental Working Party [1984]. 4 pp.

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Review of Administrative Law in the United Kingdom, Discussion Paper. Apr. 1981, 97 pp.

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The Judiciary In England and Wales, Chaired by Robert Stevens. 1992, 91 pp.

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Rule 15 submission to Supreme Court of the United Kingdom by Amnesty International

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United Kingdon: A tarnished reputation for free expression

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New England Journal of Medicine. Special Report: The Medical Profession and the Prevention of Torture. Oct. 24, 1985, 3 pp.

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United Kingdom and the global fund to fight aids, tuberculosis and malaria

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AJC PRAISES INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE ALLIANCE ACTION ON ANTI-SEMITISM

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UK Detained Fast-Track system denied asylum seekers justice for 10 years

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Campaigners win vital battle against UK massacre

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Time to deliver

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New ATMG report examines UK slavery laws

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Victims in England failed by law

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The Political Constitution Ten years from now – dodo or phoenix?

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Implications for Equality and Socioeconomic Rights in Northern Ireland following a UK exit from the EU– a trade union perspective

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‘Brexiting and Rights: Discussion seminar on the human rights and equality implications of the EU referendum’, MAC Belfast, 27th September 2016

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“Brexit and NI Employment Law – a proposal for an NI-specific framework to defend workers’ EU rights?”

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Brexiting and rights

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The Economic Implications of BREXIT for Northern Ireland

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Reflections on Human Rights and Citizenship in a Changing Constitutional Context

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How Public Order Policing Works in Northen Ireland

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Migration – the challenge for human rights

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Reflections on Brexit and the increased threat to human rights protection

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CAJ becomes a full member of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)

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UK Maintaining the Apparatus of Impunity

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Brexit: Implications of International Treaty Law Obligations and Customary International Law

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HOW CAN GOVERNMENTS COLLABORATE WITH THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO PROVIDE AFFORDABLE HOUSING?

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WHAT LESSONS FROM HISTORY KEEP BEING FORGOTTEN?

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Brexit could weaken Europe’s antislavery efforts

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New opportunity to end slavery of domestic workers in the UK

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UK parliament rejects opportunity to end slavery of domestic workers

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Lack of protection for trafficking victims with children in the UK

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UK continues to enable exploitation of overseas domestic workers

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Brexit likely to have negative impact on fighting slavery

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Domestic workers change employers for protection not for immigration

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Trafficking victims pregnant or with children systematically overlooked

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Freedom of Information and Expression in the United Kingdom. 1991, 32 pp.

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United Kingdom: Article 19 Welcomes Judgment on Confidentiality of Journlistic Sources. June 24, 2009. 1 pp.

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