Your basic rights including pay, contracts, holiday and sick pay, agency workers' rights, flexible working and parental rights.
Explains what human rights are and how they are protected by law. Also lists organisations offer further information.
Explains what the Human Rights Act 1998 is and how it protects the rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights.
Things to think about before taking action about a breach of human rights, including checking a breach took place and choosing the best course of action for you.
Rights of children and young people including information on proof of age, discrimination, personal records, punishment and religion.
Lists some of the rights protected under the Human Rights Act 1998, including rights to education, freedom of expression, non-discrimination and protection of property.
Information on the rights of clients within the national health service including registering and access to GPs, hospital services and refusal of treatment.
Explains how the Human Rights Act 1988 protects you from a public authority, or private organisation carrying out a public function.
Things to think about when taking legal action about a breach of human rights, covering who can take action, time limits, remedies and judicial review.
Explains the duty of public authorities to protect your human rights when providing health and care services.
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