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The High Court ruled that the Home Office had acted unlawfully in the way in which they detailed and tried to remove a victim of trafficking from the UK in advance of his immigration appeal. They continued detaining him despite agreeing that he should be...

The European Court of Human Rights is holding a relatively rare oral hearing in a case brought by four DPG clients - Open Rights Group, Big Brother Watch, English PEN and Dr Constanze Kurz – alongside other organisations challenging UK government internet surveillance programmes. On Tuesday...

The Oil Justice Project is holding a free event at SOAS on 13 November 2017 from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Big oil companies are devastating communities across the world. Their operations have forced people from their land, polluted the environment, and led to widespread human rights violations. In...

The Information Tribunal will hear the appeal of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Drones against successive refusals of the Ministry of Defence and the Information Commissioner to disclose documents regarding the massive expansion of a United States military base: RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire.  The...

Zubier Yazdani & Dan Carey of DPG acting on behalf of Kalyaan, and funded by the Strategic Legal Fund intervened in this important appeal. Today, on Anti-Slavery day 2017, the Supreme Court has allowed the appeal of a victim of human trafficking - Ms Cherrylyn Reyes...

DPG partner Sue Willman today joins a team of experts on an ILAC mission to investigate the rule of law in Guatemala. Since the end of the civil war in 1996, Guatemala has achieved the status of the fourth highest murder rate in the world -...