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Amnesty International has called on the Ukrainian authorities to respond to any protester violence in a targeted and proportionate manner.
“Superglue protesters avoid jail” declared a headline on ITN this week. As one of the protesters in question, I’m pleased to report that we didn’t only avoid jail. We were acquitted.
Vulnerable children who run away from home or care in England are more likely to ‘fall through the gaps’ because of new police definitions, says the Children’s Society.
A new report from the legal and human rights charity Reprieve shows that 75 per cent of prisoners in Dubai central jail allege they have been tortured by police.
Palestinian police in the West Bank have been accused by Amnesty International of mounting violent attacks on peaceful protesters.
A woman subjected to years of forced domestic labour has received a full apology from the police force which initially failed to protect her.
The UK meeds to to revise legal and policing measures that risk citizens’ right of peaceful assembly and association, a United Nations expert says.
Elections for police and crime commissioners in England and Wales have been denounced as 'shambolic'. The Home Secretary is being asked to act urgently.
Our minds tend towards the creation of categories. The capacity to classify and order is the engine of learning and enquiry. When permitted to go unexamined, it may also be the source of prejudice and injustice.