Amy Weatherburn

Amy Weatherburn is Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC). HRLC is a member of FRANET, the FRA’s multidisciplinary research network. As the UK National Focal Point, HRLC, upon request, provides relevant legal and social research data to the FRA on fundamental rights issues, to facilitate the Agency’s comparative analyses.|Amy Weatherburn is Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC). HRLC is a member of FRANET, the FRA’s multidisciplinary research network. As the UK National Focal Point, HRLC, upon request, provides relevant legal and social research data to the FRA on fundamental rights issues, to facilitate the Agency’s comparative analyses.|Amy Weatherburn is Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC). HRLC is a member of FRANET, the FRA’s multidisciplinary research network. As the UK National Focal Point, HRLC, upon request, provides relevant legal and social research data to the FRA on fundamental rights issues, to facilitate the Agency’s comparative analyses.|Amy Weatherburn is Research Assistant at the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre (HRLC). HRLC is a member of FRANET, the FRA’s multidisciplinary research network. As the UK National Focal Point, HRLC, upon request, provides relevant legal and social research data to the FRA on fundamental rights issues, to facilitate the Agency’s comparative analyses.

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Omnipresent in the EU: Violence Against Women

Omnipresent in the EU: Violence Against Women

The results of the world’s largest survey on women’s experiences of psychological, physical and sexual violence have shown that violence against women is a problem which exists at home, at work, in public and online. Following 42,000 ...