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.
Thu 05 Dec '13
Coventry families left penniless after benefits stopped: Uncovering the impact of benefit sanctions in Coventry
Thousands of families in Coventry over the last year were left without any income after their bene…
Wed 30 Oct '13
Kalwinder Sandhu, Mary-Ann Stephenson and James Harrison (2013) "Layers of Inequality: A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Black Asian and Ethnic Minority Women in Coventry."
Andrew Williams talks to Ed Vulliamy at the Hay festival to investigate the grotesque misconduct of war and the insidious moral corruption of everyone involved, the decay of public life, and the endemic parallels that exist with Britain’s current institutional structures. Listen to the podcast 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|
The Centre for Human Rights in Practice is launching a new magazine on February 2014 called LACUNA, 'A Writing Wrongs Project'.
LACUNA is a multi-media online magazine that aims to challenge, provoke and inspire individuals to tackle the injustices that affect them.