Centre for Human Rights in Practice
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice was created in 2006. It now provides a focus for academics, students, practitioners and activists who wish to advance the study and promotion of human rights at local, national and international levels. It is Co-Directed by Dr. Andrew Williams and Dr. James Harrison. To find out more about its members, please visit the 'About' page.
Lacuna la-kū’na n. a gap, a hiatus
Lacuna is an online magazine that challenges indifference to suffering and promotes human rights. Its aim is to fill the gap between the short-term immediacy of daily journalism and long-term academic analysis. It offers opportunities for new writers to publish alongside experienced journalists and activists. Read more about the project and how you can get involved here.
|Human Rights, Equality and Public Spending Cuts||Writing Wrongs|
|European Human Rights||International Economic Governance and Human Rights|
|Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment||Human Rights Education|
|Student Activities||Access to Justice|
Fri 22 Aug '14
Exploring the Impact of Legal Aid Cuts - A Warwick/Monash Partnership
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice, together with the Criminal Justice Centre at Warwick have b…
Thu 12 Jun '14
Centre Publishes report of expert roundtable: Using Human Rights and Equality Legislation to Monitor, Analyse and Challenge Welfare Benefit Sanctions
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice has published a report of an expert roundtable meeting held …