Human Rights

Shakwi Allam speaks the language of religious pluralism to western audiences, but sanctions persecution within Egypt

LGBT groups are demanding a ban on so-called “conversion therapy” — but the devil’s in the detail

It’s not only the US Supreme Court that has serious concerns about abortion

When did it become okay to degrade children?

Putin is no Christian bastion, but neither is the West

The death of religious freedom heralds a dark new chapter in world history

The Government’s new consultation programme offers hope for a long overdue reform of the Human Rights Act

Our elected representatives may finally wrest power back from the lawyers

A recent court case could give free speech advocates some serious leverage against the government

Good laws can’t be made if we don’t talk about them, and bad laws can’t be repealed in silence