Monthly Archives: February 2013

BIHR, Amnesty International and other rights groups call for human rights education in the new curriculum | British Institute of Human Rights

BIHR, Amnesty International and other rights groups call for human rights education in the new curriculum | British Institute of Human Rights. Advertisements

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“Innocent until proven guilty”, not if you are accused of abuse.

Britain has an enviable and deserved reputation for upholding freedom, equality, truth and justice. We have gone to war to end tyranny, defeat terrorism and ensure just outcomes for oppressed people. We did so almost 100 years ago, then 25 … Continue reading

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Originally posted on ESRC Moral Panic Seminar Series, 2012 – 2014:
Children and families social work has been prone to periodic involvement in scares and moral panics, e.g. the Munchausen by proxy syndrome of the 1970s, glue-sniffing in the 1980s, satanic abuse…

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Cambodian corruption The Phnom Penh Post

Kim Sarom and Buth Reaksmey Kongkea 72 Phnom Penh Municipal Police officers were sacked, suspended or issued warnings last month for abusing their positions, and some were sent to the Anti-Corruption Unit for questioning related to alleged misconduct, a senior … Continue reading

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