Inquérito do Supremo Tribunal Federal que investiga ‘fake news’ viola liberdade de expressão

Inquérito do Supremo Tribunal Federal que investiga ‘fake news’ viola liberdade de expressão

Em 14 de março, o Supremo Tribunal Federal abriu um inquérito sigiloso, de ofício, para investigar supostos crimes ...
Namibian Supreme Court finds that National Security Concerns do not Automatically Trump Free Speech

Namibian Supreme Court finds that National Security Concerns do not Automatically Trump Free Speech

The Namibian Supreme Court’s decision in Director-General of the Namibian Central Intelligence Service Another v ...
Scrapping s 21: The need for secure private tenancies in England and Wales

Scrapping s 21: The need for secure private tenancies in England and Wales

In a victory for tenants’ rights campaigners, the UK Government has announced it will consult on repealing s 21 of ...
UK Supreme Court’s Vedanta Case – Hope for Zambian Communities Affected by Mining Pollution

UK Supreme Court’s Vedanta Case – Hope for Zambian Communities Affected by Mining Pollution

The recent UK Supreme Court case, Vedanta Resources Plc and another v Lungowe and others, affirms the principle ...
Capping Economic Inequalities

Capping Economic Inequalities

Last week, the UK Supreme Court in DA, DS and others v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions upheld a series of ...
Professor Mark Freedland, Associate of the Hub, has received the Bob Hepple Award for 2019

Professor Mark Freedland, Associate of the Hub, has received the Bob Hepple Award for 2019

The Labour Law Research Network has announced that the recipients of the 2019 LLRN Bob Hepple Award for Lifetime ...
Job Opportunity at the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights

Job Opportunity at the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights

The Australian Department of the Senate is currently recruiting for a Principal Research Officer to support the ...
RSC Public Seminar, 5pm, Wednesday 22 May: ‘Endurance and Involuntary Return to Senegal’

RSC Public Seminar, 5pm, Wednesday 22 May: ‘Endurance and Involuntary Return to Senegal’

RSC Public seminar 5pm Wednesday 22 May on Endurance and involuntary return to Senegal with Dr Anne-Line Rodriguez ...
Brazilian Supreme Court Inquiry into ‘Fake News’ Violates Freedom of Speech

Brazilian Supreme Court Inquiry into ‘Fake News’ Violates Freedom of Speech

The Brazilian Supreme Court has begun a confidential inquiry, ex officio, to investigate alleged crimes against ...
An Indian High Court Recognises Transgender Individuals’ Right to Marry

An Indian High Court Recognises Transgender Individuals’ Right to Marry

On April 22, 2019, in a significant decision for India’s transgender community, the Madras High Court in Tamil ...
Privacy International: Reaffirming the Rule of Law

Privacy International: Reaffirming the Rule of Law

On Wednesday, the UK Supreme Court delivered its judgment in Privacy International. The issue was whether the ...