Your Rights

our online guide to Human Rights Law in England and Wales

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  • … (about Your Rights 1/2).

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About Your Rights 2/2: … We aim to secure equal rights and freedoms for everyone by:    

  • lobbying government
  • working with the media to keep human rights issues in the public eye
  • pursuing human rights test cases through the English courts and the European Court of Human Rights, to challenge human rights violations and secure changes in the law …(full text about Your Rights);

Contributors: Liberty relies on the knowlege and expertise of leading barristers, soliciors and academics who give generously of their time to write and update the YourRights website. The YourRights project has been in existence for nearly 20 years, so it will not be possible to acknowlege everyone who has been involved, but below is the list of the contributors to the most recent editions and updates: … (full text contributors);

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