Joint Committee on Human Rights

Human Rights: attitudes to enforcement inquiry

Inquiry status: open

Oral evidence ongoing.

 

Scope of the inquiry

The United Kingdom has a proud tradition of respect for human rights.

Those rights are supported by political parties, and such rights have long been an integral part of common law, as well as being enshrined in statute by the Human Rights Act 1998.

However much rights may be recognised and protected within the legal framework, there can be barriers to achieving a culture which understands and respects human rights and practical barriers to those who wish to enforce their legal rights.

In this wide-ranging inquiry, the Joint Committee on Human Rights is calling for evidence on factors which may impede individuals from using the UK’s human rights framework effectively.

Terms of reference: Defending Rights: attitudes to enforcement Send a written submission

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Next meeting(s)

02 May 2018 3:15 pm

Oral Evidence Session

Human Rights: attitudes to enforcement
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Location

Other - Committee Room 1

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