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Distressingly, there have been more media reports about sexual abuse in faith groups this week. The focus this time is on claims being brought by over 20 former Jehovah’s witnesses for sexual abuse which they suffered whilst they were members of the group. A number of...
The much-loved BBC children’s series Horrible Histories found itself in the eye of the Brexit storm last week. Comedian Nish Kumar presented a special edition for 31st January, which put together a collection of favourite songs and sketches from past shows, all with...
What is the Tradwife movement and how does it relate to equality law?
Why the courts are correct to have confirm veganism as a protected belief for equality and human rights law.
What Constitutional role does the modern House of Lords play?
What does the Forstater case really say about gender identity and freedom of belief?
In popular culture, the Puritans of the XVII century get a fair bit of flack for banning Christmas. Oliver Cromwell in particular is often, unfairly, personally blamed for making the holiday illegal. In actual fact, the prohibition was passed by the...
Check out our exciting new project exploring human rights with games and narrative.
Why the potential benefits of a day dedicated to issues faced by men and boys outweigh the downside.
Constitutional Approaches to Religion: Why there is no neutrality when it comes to faith and belief.
Read why an Established Church is not incompatible with religious freedom