How can law best deal with the Far Right and protect Human Rights?
Marriage and cohabitation – does your religion effect your legal status?
The recent decision in Ahkter v Khan gave cohabitees after a non-legally binding religious marriage greater protection than other cohabitees; can this be justified?
Ashers Bakery, gay marriage and religion: Why resolving conflicting rights isn’t a piece of cake
The decisions of the Supreme Court in the Gay Cake Case-what does it say about human rights and discrimination?
A rise in religious hate crime: what the law means for all of us.
Why the rise in religious hate crime is an issue for everyone
Charles Aznavour: Art, empathy and rights for all humanity
What can the life of one person teach us about human rights, art, identity and Europe?
Freemen on the land – freedom of belief is not freedom from law
Why limiting expressions of belief is sometimes necessary in a democratic society.
School rules or social engineering? Hairstyles, identity and discrimination.
What social norms do school dress codes promote, and what messages are we sending to young people about race, class, culture and identity?
The priest and the Big Bang
The physicist behind the Big Bang theory was a Roman Catholic priest, was does this say about faith, science, identity and education?
Should schools teach children about death?
What implications would introducing teaching on this subject have for freedom of belief and parental choice?
Marriage v civil partnership: What’s in a name?
Why some heterosexual couples want the option of civil partnership.