René Cassin submits evidence on Brexit and the Implications for Human Rights

10 Oct, 2016 | Campaigns, Latest, News, Protecting Human Rights in the UK, Resources

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René Cassin recently submitted evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Right’s inquiry into the human right implications of Brexit. René Cassin drew attention to a potential weakening of protections on modern day slavery, asylum support and the tackling of discrimination of the Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.

René Cassin’s director, Mia Hasenson-Gross added “This is a time to be vigilant and ensure that none of our hard earned human rights protections and mechanisms are weakened.”

http://renecassin.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/René-Cassin-Submission-on-the-Human-Rights-Implications-of-Brexit-final.pdf

You can download the submission here

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