Derbyshire Activity for the Human Rights Act
In what has been described as the world's largest mass migration since the end of the Second World War, it's easy to forget the women and families who hav
When you think of Bangladesh you may think of teeming peoples crowded into the Ganges delta.
When you think of Bangladesh you may think of a vibrant nation of teeming people in the Ganges delta.
Here's Michael Gove's very significant appearance before the Parliamentary (House of Lords) Select Committee on EU Justice in February 2016 where he devel
TRADITIONAL ELECTION HUSTINGS ALL CANDIDATES INVITED: ANDY BOTHAM (Labour) MATTHEW BUCKLER (Green Party) ROBIN GREENWOOD (Humanity Party) ANDREW HOLLYER (LibDem) SIR PATRICK McLOUGHLIN (Conservative) CHAIR: NEIL MOULDEN (Executive...
Scrapping the HR Act's not in the long grass but on hold because of a potentially bigger agenda.
This month 200 local people signed letters for Dilorom Abdukadirova, in prison in
The Wirksworth and District Amnesty Group are holding a celebration of peace through dance on Sunday 20th September during the Wirksworth Community Celebration.
On 24 January 2010, Prageeth Eknaligoda vanished whilst travelling to his home in Homagama, near the capital Colombo, shortly after leaving work at the Lanka-e-News office.