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Human rights commission

A human rights commission, also known as a human relations commission, is a body set up to investigate, promote or protect human rights. The term may refer to international, national or subnational bodies set up for this purpose, such as national human rights institutions or (usually temporary) truth and reconciliation commissions... Wikipedia

Articles tagged human rights commission

  • November 30th 2020
  • JLM conference: Starmer’s frustration and Rayner’s warning to members

  • Starmer slams Corbyn’s response to anti-Semitism report

  • The Conservatives are hollowing the state and consolidating power: democracy is at stake

  • November 29th 2020
  • Labour antisemitism must be confronted – with nuance, clarity and empathy

  • Labour could change rules to welcome back those who quit over antisemitism

  • Rayner says “thousands” of Labour members may be suspended from party

  • November 27th 2020
  • Labour MPs and members ordered not to discuss Corbyn's suspension

  • The Home Office, mired in racism claims, now plans a mass deportation of black people

  • Local parties defy general secretary guidance on motions to back Corbyn

  • Labour appoints Jane Ramsey to lead on new independent complaints process

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