A collection of articles published by – or referencing – LCHR

May 2020

Missing Bangladeshi Journalist Has Been “Found” — Now He Must Be Freed - Fair Observer

April 2020

There’s an awareness campaign. What now for victims of domestic abuse? - LabourList

Domestic violence is increasing - Government must mention helplines in the daily coronavirus briefing - inews.com

Another Journalist Disappears in Bangladesh - Fair Observer 

March 2020

Moral Maze: Profiling, Safety and Trust - BBC Radio 4

February 2020

A new relationship prioritising human rights - Netra

January 2020

Trading diplomacy: Why is Britain silent on a growing human rights crisis in Bangladesh? - Left Foot Forward

December 2019

A Tory majority would destroy our human rights - LabourList

In Britain’s Election, the Future of Human Rights Is at Stake - Fair Observer

September 2019 

To achieve social justice, Labour’s manifesto must embrace social rights – LabourList

Queues at foodbanks and hungry children: why we need a ‘Right to Food’ – Morning Star

July 2019

Labour urged to ‘step up and defend legal aid legacy’  – The Law Society Gazette

LCHR urges Labour Party to commit to a fully-funded legal aid system – Left Foot Forward

The right to justice is a human right that the Labour Party must defend – LabourList

If Labour treated its antisemitism crisis like the human rights injustice it is, it could end the discrimination - The Independent

June 2019 

Tony Blair was wrong to brand lawyers fat cats, says ally – The Times

May 2019 

Falconer: my ‘regret’ over Labour’s effort to curb legal aid budget – The Law Society Gazette

Legal aid reforms have been an abject failure – The Times

Labour’s answer to violent crime: the right to economic justice – LabourList

March 2019

Protests by parents must not be allowed to turn the clock back on LGBT rights – The Times

February 2019

Labour Campaign for Human Rights: Introducing ‘Britain and Her Allies’ – LabourList

December 2018

Britain’s long tradition of respect for human rights is under threat – The Guardian

November 2018

Britain has overlooked Saudi Arabia’s transgressions for too long – The Times

July 2018

How the Tory threat to our human rights remains all too real – LabourList

Could Labour sue the government? – Left Foot Forward

July 2017

Is Prevent Working? – Progress Online

April 2017

Time to get off the fence on freedom of movement – Progress Online

March 2017

Treating refugees like burdens is folly – we should support their aspirations – Left Foot Forward

Calling time on the Prevent strategy – Progress Online

February 2017

One day without us: Britain should lead the way by giving EU nationals the right to stay – Left Foot Forward

October 2016

It’s unpatriotic to exempt British soldiers from the European Convention on Human Rights – Left Foot Forward

September 2016

Caring for Calais – Progress Online

May 2016

The Tory surveillance bill would make Putin proud – Left Foot Forward

April 2016

Is Theresa May willing to trade human rights for Tory leadership? – Left Foot Forward

February 2016

Mass surveillance doesn’t work – it’s time to go back to the drawing board – New Statesman

Human rights are more likely to come from the EU than the Tories – Left Foot Forward

Why Labour must promote ethical business – Left Foot Forward

January 2016

Is mass surveillance really the answer to our terrorism fears? – Left Foot Forward

Why human rights activists need to be better at marketing – Left Foot Forward

September 2015

Labour must support judicial warrants for surveillance – Left Foot Forward

How UK taxpayers are funding executions in Iran and Pakistan – Left Foot Forward

August 2015

Evicting failed immigrants is an attack on human rights – Progress

June 2015

Trade Union Bill: another calculated attack on workers’ rights – Left Foot Forward

April 2015

Access to justice should be an election issue for Labour – Left Foot Forward

Why Labour is the party for LGBT rights – Progress

Labour Manifesto 2015: a human rights scorecard – Left Foot Forward

March 2015

Scrapping the HRA is another coalition attack on women – Progress

Rifkind’s resignation could herald a new era for parliamentary oversight – LCHR Blog

The ISC’s new report on mass surveillance is a missed opportunity – Left Foot Forward

January 2015

Theresa May’s counter-productive counter-terrorism bill – Left Foot Forward

Our human rights are not political props – Progress

November 2014

Why surveillance matters for Labour – LabourList

October 2014

A British Bill of Rights? We already have one – ProgressOnline

September 2014

The Tory double-think on Human Rights – Left Foot Forward

August 2014

If the Tories scrap the Human Rights Act, women will suffer – Labour List

Our human rights are under threat – Progress

July 2014

Stop the rush to mass surveillance – Progress

Surveillance – do MPs really know what they’re voting for? – LabourList

Labour must never turn its back on human rights – Left Foot Forward

June 2014

Labour’s human rights dilemma – Progress

We have an opportunity to build a positive legacy for women and girls in Afghanistan – Left Foot Forward

April 2014

We’re failing to win the argument on human rights – Left Foot Forward

The fight to defend the Human Rights Act is on – LabourList

March 2014

Rethinking counter-terrorism – the local dimension – Progress

Rethinking counter-terrorism – small wars – Progress

Labour is breaking from the past on civil liberties – LabourList

What the ‘War on Terror’ could have been like – Left Foot Forward

February 2014

Rethinking counter-terrorism – lessons from Iraq – Progress

Rethinking counter-terrorism – drones and targeted killings – Progress

December 2013

GCHQ and mass spying – it’s time for Labour to have a conversation – Left Foot Forward

November 2013

Snowden, GCHQ, and the launch of LCHR – Progress

October 2013

Our human rights are under attack – Compass

August 2013

Introducing the Labour Campaign for Human Rights – LabourList

Human rights challenges for a Labour Government – Progress