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Egypt: A Hidden Uprising

"In pursuit of stunting the organization of uprisings, more than 2,000 Egyptians have been arrested in the last two weeks, preventing protest leaders and organizers from continuing to lead. A number of those jailed are still waiting to be released"

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2 Dec 2018

On 25 October 2018, history was made as the final barrier to women in the military service was broken down with the announcement that all roles in the armed forces are open to women recruits in the UK...

1 Nov 2018

Source: The Guardian 

For the beating heart of the industrial north, the morning of 16 August, 1819, was no ordinary one. In what stands today as Manchester’s St Peter’s Square,  an estimated 60,000 me...

5 Mar 2017

In April of 2016, a Northern Irish court handed down a three-month suspended sentence to a 21-year-old girl for ingesting mifepristone and misoprostol, two drugs she used to induce a miscarriage. It w...

4 Mar 2017

The Cold War is often described as a ‘competition’ between the USA and the Soviet Union that existed in many different fields, from technology to diplomacy to sports. However, the opponents were limit...

6 Dec 2016

Western cultural institutions such as the Louvre in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Museum Island in Berlin, and the British Museum in London are host to millions of visitors each y...

12 Nov 2016

Why should I care about human rights? What difference does it make to me in Scotland? We’ve always had human rights, right? 

These are questions which no one asks, or at least, no one has ever asked me...

10 Nov 2016

The religious clothing debate has never been a discussion with easily agreed upon conclusions, and has been featured even more than usual in the public eye recently due to the controversy surrounding...

In Western democracies, such as Great Britain and the United States, human rights are widely esteemed, applauded, and upheld as the cornerstones of a civilised, modern society. As US President Barack...

21 Oct 2016

Britain’s new Prime Minister has made it clear that Brexit means Brexit, but what does her appointment mean for human rights?

Theresa May has faced a number of challenges in her first months at 10 Down...

18 Oct 2016

 A prisoner looks out of his cell 

On the 23rd of June 2016, 52% of British voters elected to leave the European Union in a national referendum. Britain joined this union in 1973 when it was the E...

8 Jul 2016

The room feels almost like the waiting area at a doctor’s office. Rows of seats with armrests dividing them, 5-foot-tall translucent dividers between waiting areas, a check-in desk with two women bein...

10 May 2016

In many historically Christian countries in the West, religious freedom or religious liberty can be very different depending on what religion one follows. In recent years there have been many high pro...

2 May 2016

For 68 years the National Health Service in the United Kingdom has demonstrated the fundamental human right for everyone of the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental care...

26 Apr 2016

In their Strategy to Combat Transnational Organized Crime, The US National Security Council defines said criminal organisations as:

[T]hose self-perpetuating associations of individuals who operate tra...

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