Politiks

ECtHR proposes fees for applicants
Human Rights

ECtHR proposes fees for applicants

In an attempt to curb the amount of applications that don’t meet their admissibility criteria, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has announced a plan to require payment from individuals seeking justice for human rights violations. The ECtHR was established in 1959 in order to secure civil and political […]

The Forced Removal of Ron-lee Kasozi
Human Rights Migrants

The Forced Removal of Ron-lee Kasozi

In October 2009, 31-year-old clan-leader Ron-lee Kasozi, moved from Uganda to the United Kingdom in order to seek asylum. Despite the serious threats that await him in Uganda, the United Kingdom Border Agency has scheduled multiple removal directions for him. Lori DeGolyer Since his arrival to the United Kingdom, Kasozi […]

LAWR’s domestic violence workshop
Human Rights United Kingdom

LAWR’s domestic violence workshop

The Latin American Women’s Rights Service (LAWR) is working in conjunction with the Portuguese and Spanish speaking community forum in Lambeth to deliver a workshop on violence against women next Tuesday the 16th of November. The workshop is open to all women from the Latin American community and admission is […]

Funding for the Future
Movement

Funding for the Future

When the Comprehensive Spending Review came out on the 20th of October, 2010, a shock moved through the United Kingdom’s higher education community. The Spending Review announced that 40% of funding for higher education would be cut–a total of £2.9 billion–and this immense cut in funding is sure to have […]

Education on Trial
Politiks Struggles

Education on Trial

Discussing politics isn’t something typically associated with a good time, though a group of activists called ‘Mutiny’ are trying to change that. The members of Mutiny have a mission to change the world, and they’re taking initiative toward doing this by combining activist debate with a casual night out–creating a […]