National Council for Civil Liberties, YourRights Update

by | May 22, 2009

A project undertaken by Oxford Pro Bono Publico for the National Council for Civil Liberties (May 2009)

The National Council for Civil Liberties (Liberty) is a not-for-profit organisation based in the United Kingdom. It campaigns to protect human rights and civil liberties in Parliament and the wider community. Liberty informs members of the public about their legal rights through its YourRights website. OPBP assisted Liberty by updating the Equal Treatment Chapter of the YourRights website to reflect recent and extensive changes in United Kingdom equality law. The now-current version of the chapter can be accessed here.

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