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CJEU: Torture victims eligible for subsidiary protection if facing intentional deprivation of health care

A person tortured in the past in their country of origin is eligible for subsidiary protection if th ...

Published 24 April 2018

Survey finds erosion of fundamental human rights around the world

Basic human rights have diminished in a majority of the 113 countries surveyed for a study measuring ...

Published 1 February 2018

AG Bot: Lack of psychological care in torture victim’s country insufficient for subsidiary protection claim

Lack of appropriate psychological care in the country of origin of a person who was tortured there i ...

Published 26 October 2017

Luxembourg: EU Council may maintain an entry on terror list if there is ongoing risk

The Council of the European Union may maintain a person or an entity on the list if it concludes tha ...

Published 27 July 2017

Court of Session reduces May's rejection of Tamil Tiger's asylum application

A judge in the Court of Session has said Theresa May “acted unreasonably” when as Home Secr ...

Published 25 August 2016

Blog: What next for charities after Brexit?

Gavin McEwan of Turcan Connell writes about the changes charities  will see after Brexit. Charity ...

Published 18 July 2016

Sri Lankan's asylum application referred to CJEU as no authorities on point

A former member of the Tamil Tigers who claimed asylum under an EU directive on the basis he would f ...

Published 23 June 2016

Indian ‘overstayer’ who married British woman wins human rights appeal over decision to refuse application for leave to remain in UK

An Indian student who married a British woman has successfully challenged a decision to refuse his a ...

Published 15 December 2015

Human rights conference call for papers

The postgraduate cluster of the Glasgow Human Rights Network(GHRN), based at the University of Gl ...

Published 27 January 2015