Trinity Western judgment: Enforcing a discriminatory code of conduct not compatible with running a law school
Why even a private university has public responsibilities if it is providing training for the legal profession
Why minorities within minorities should not be forgotten when we talk about conflicting rights and differing identities.
Is the debate about whether religion is good or bad missing the point?
What does the decision in the Colorado gay wedding cake case tell us about equality; are all rights equal?
For many people in the UK, the fall of Spain’s Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 1 June came as a surprise, but the Parliamentary Vote of No Confidence which gave rise to Rajoy’s demise was part of an ongoing corruption scandal known as the Gurtel case.Regrettably, this...
What are the implications for freedom and equality of private “policing” services expanding across Britain?
Commentary on the High Court verdict in a dispute between a North London coroner and a Jewish burial charity
The testimony of Holocaust survivors reminds us that in all of the debate around human rights, we cannot lose sight of why they matter so deeply.
Are Macron’s call for better Church/State relations in France a threat to secularism, or a simply move towards a more inclusive understanding of it?
Sad and uncomfortable though it is to admit, Anti-Semitism remains a present and real evil in our society. Why is this, and what can we do to change things for the better?