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In an astonishing attack on the government's much-criticised Lobbying Bill, a senior UN rapporteur has called it a threat to democracy.
Civil rights charity Inquest, which has been supporting the Mark Duggan family, has expressed deep concern about the official verdict on his shooting.
Commonwealth leaders are being urged to use their summit in Colombo to pressure Sri Lanka to end its alarming crackdown.
Peers will discuss the UK government's controversial Lobbying Bill tomorrow (5 November 2013).
Work for the rights of religious minorities should be done in a spirit of universalism, says the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief.
Russia's decision to grant Edward Snowden temporary asylum is positive and should focus attention on sweeping government surveillance, say critics.
The UK meeds to to revise legal and policing measures that risk citizens’ right of peaceful assembly and association, a United Nations expert says.
A new report highlights the sometimes extreme limitations on freedom of thought for the non-religious in over 60 countries across the world.
The European Roma Rights Centre and Amnesty International have published a report deeply critical of the Czech schools policy regarding Roma children.
Michael Black and John Morgan have won a legal case which they brought after they were refused a room at a Berkshire Bed and Breakfast because they are a gay couple.