Dec 05 1998 12:00 am
PINOCHET RULING: AN HISTORIC STEP TOWARDS ENDING IMPUNITY
John Adams, director of contract services for Scope said: 'Scope wants to see far better standards throughout the UK for disabled people receiving services. We run £40 million worth of services with a...
Dec 03 1998 12:00 am
Great Lakes: Thousands of civilians victims of atrocities in the DRC
Children's rights who use wheelchairs are often cut off from their friends and family and told that they must sit on their own in designated accessible seats. Seating arrangements for disabled people...
Nov 30 1998 12:00 am
Human rights cannot be sacrificed for law and order
They will be presenting the 68-page report 'Equipped for Equality' by leading disability charity Scope, to Ministers and MPs, at a reception in Westminster. Respondents identified the main problems as...
Nov 30 1998 12:00 am
Amnesty International delegation reports on deteriorating human rights situation
The station's 'Real Life' programme presented by Sara-Jane Marler showed a genuine commitment to involving disabled people in discussion of issues which affect them and improving awareness amongst the...
Nov 29 1998 12:00 am
hundreds of civilians killed in the spiral of violence in Burundi
Naomi Burton, 14, who has cerebral palsy, and her twin sister Carina yesterday observed Cherie Booth QC performing a colourful three dimensional IQ test at the opening of Scope's new national offices...
Nov 28 1998 12:00 am
Whatever the decision in the House of Lords, the UK has a duty to ensure Pinochet's guilt or innocence is determined by a court of law
Naomi Burton, 14, who has cerebral palsy, and her twin sister Carina yesterday observed Cherie Booth QC performing a colourful three dimensional IQ test at the opening of Scope's new national offices...
Nov 28 1998 12:00 am
Betraying the Young -- Children's rights in the US Justice System
Cherie Booth performs a psychology test for Scope
Nov 28 1998 12:00 am
Amnesty International calls on the government to end continuing human rights violations
Naomi Burton, 14, who has cerebral palsy, and her twin sister Carina yesterday observed Cherie Booth QC performing a colourful three dimensional IQ test at the opening of Scope's new national offices...
Nov 26 1998 12:00 am
Judgment on Celebici trial a step towards justice
Naomi Burton, 14, who has cerebral palsy, and her twin sister Carina yesterday observed Cherie Booth QC performing a colourful three dimensional IQ test at the opening of Scope's new national offices...
Nov 24 1998 12:00 am
immediate action needed to check abuses
Naomi Burton, 14, who has cerebral palsy, and her twin sister Carina yesterday observed Cherie Booth QC performing a colourful three dimensional IQ test at the opening of Scope's new national offices...