Deputy Director, Meghan Campbell on BBC Oxford Radio on The Future of the Human Rights Act

by | Jun 16, 2015

On Monday June 15, Deputy Director, Meghan Campbell, was on BBC Oxford Radio discussing the future of the Human Rights Act, 1998. The interview dispelled myths that human rights are limited to criminals and suspected terrorists and canvassed the important role human rights play in the lives of everyday people. It also highlights the benefits of having a continuing national dialogue on human rights and the value of human rights in creating a culture of government accountability.

The interview can be found here (at the 1:08 mark).

 

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