Structural racism exists at all levels in our European societies, and this should be reflected in the existing legal protection against discrimination for racialised people.
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Fair Trials analyses proposed and existing legislation, criminal justice policies and legal judgments to identify and raise awareness of both good practice and threats to the right to a fair trial.
The Prosecutor v. Al Hassan and the exclusion of evidence obtained by torture
30 June 2021
Who qualifies as a judicial authority for the purposes of issuing a European Arrest Warrant?
11 January 2022
Judicial Review and Courts Bill: Briefing on automatic online conviction and written procedure for indicating plea
04 January 2022
Contribution écrite: la réforme du système juridique pénal en France
10 December 2021
No legal basis for remote access to lawyers in police stations in England and Wales
23 September 2021
Policing Bill: Expansion of video and audio links in criminal proceedings
15 September 2021
Submission by Fair Trials to the United Nations Human Rights Council Universal Periodic Review: Spain
20 January 2020
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