Tomorrow, December 10 is Human Rights Day. The United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 72
‘Different colours make society beautiful’: MM speak to the Salford man who survived Congo massacre… only for racists to graffiti his door and traumatise his son
When Jackson Yamba and his family made their way from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo for Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997, it was the start of a long and eventful journey that would eventually lead him to Salford where in 2019 he was sadly the target of racist abuse on his door.
‘We are just trying to survive’: Female asylum seekers in Manchester create play to help ‘change perceptions’
The women of Women’s Asylum Seekers Together (WAST) are united by a common past.
‘Cameron flaunts Manchester as trophy city’: Protests as China’s President Xi Jinping arrives at Town Hall
Thousands of people gathered outside Manchester Town Hall to show their support for President Xi Jinping as he joined David Cameron, George Osborne, and other key figures from across Manchester for lunch today.
A Manchester female genital mutilation awareness charity, Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA), is calling for ‘widespread community’ action to fill the ‘gaping hole’ in the provision of support for FGM victims.
Pro-Palestine groups joined forces today to protest the security firm G4S.
They claim the company are complicit in human rights abuses and unlawful activities.
A homeless protester says he felt ‘bribed’ by Manchester City Council as they offered him sheltered accommodation he had once been told was unavailable after serving him papers to evacuate his Albert Square campsite.
A shocked Manchester University audience were told last week that gender inequality ‘is apartheid’, with human rights figurehead Shami Chakrabarti calling it ‘the greatest and most entrenched’ human rights issue facing the world today.
The Chairman of the Manchester transgender charity Sparkle has condemned the Russian law banning transgender people from driving.
Millions of pounds of pension money from all 10 Greater Manchester councils are being invested in companies accused of war crimes, racial discrimination, and massive environmental ruin.
The secretary of Manchester’s Jamaica Society believes that a lack of education breeds intolerance towards the LGBT community in Jamaica.