The Week In Human Rights News
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The Week In Human Rights News

By Saxon Norgard, Associate Editor 17 Dec 2016
Institutions

Catch up with everything you may have missed this week!

Human rights in the headlines

  • Human rights watchdog urges Ireland to do more to safeguard trafficking victims [The Guardian]
  • Children left at risk by government reform delay [BBC]
  • Top human rights lawyer faces striking off after bringing war crimes claims against British troops [The Independent]
  • Human Rights Watch: EU leaders should affirm strong human rights principles in migration policy [Human Rights Watch]

The week at RightsInfo

  • Suspending Human Rights In Wartime: Parliament Wants To Know What You Think [RightsInfo]
  • Government “Under Heavy Moral Obligation” To Safeguard EU Citizens’ Rights Before Brexit [RightsInfo]
  • Reclaiming Human Rights [RightsInfo]

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Quotes of the week

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About The Author

Saxon Norgard Associate Editor

Saxon is one of RightsInfo's volunteer Site Editors and a future trainee solicitor in London. Originally hailing from Australia, his interests lie in family law, international affairs and human rights.

Saxon is one of RightsInfo's volunteer Site Editors and a future trainee solicitor in London. Originally hailing from Australia, his interests lie in family law, international affairs and human rights.