This edited collection comprises a selection of the papers presented in November 2016 at the University of Brighton one-day conference entitled "The Future of Human Rights in the UK."
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction : the future of human rights / Fiona De Londras The Human Rights Act in a culture of control / Alan Greene Images of citizenship at points of rupture between the citizen and the state: cancellation of citizenship in France and the UK / Rachel Pougnet The future of the right to education in the UK : the challenge of anti-radicalisation measures / David Barrett Human rights and the right of silence / Hannah Quirk Brexit and human rights : an opportunity? / Michelle Coleman The business of asylum justice and the future of human rights / Jo Wilding Broadening the rights of stakeholders through a restorative justice approach to crime : an Irish perspective / Darren McStravick The Trade Union Act 2016 and balloting for industrial action : is the further restriction on the "right to strike" in the United Kingdom a flagrant violation of European convention standards and a step too far for the courts? / Charles Barrow Social and economic rights in a post-neoliberal society / Claire-Michelle Smyth The future of economic and social rights in the UK : challenges, but also opportunities / Koldo Casla Parental responsibility, vulnerable parents and school attendance / Niall Williams The United Kingdom : navigating the choppy waters of surrogacy / Mary O'Connor A uniquely British debate? : the relative invisibility of the European Convention in the European press / Lieve Gies What will become of EU laws on the UK statute book after Brexit? : victims' rights as a case-study / Richard Lang.
KD4080 .F88 2017
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017.