Rwanda, Refugees, and Our Rights under threat – newsletter 13 July 2022

Responding to the Bill of Rights Bill – which, if passed, will repeal the Human Rights Act

Speaking out against tyrants in Russia and China – newsletter 10 March 2022

The horrors unfolding in Ukraine are dominating the headlines – and the thoughts of everyone with an ounce of humanity, let alone an interest in ‘human rights’

Review of 2021, women’s rights festival, and all the latest campaign news – newsletter 21 December 2021

Lots done in ’21 – lots more to do in ’22. We look back at a busy year and bring you all our latest campigning news.

Refugees welcome rally, lots of events, join our Ambassadors’ Programme – newsletter 15 October 2021

Actions, events, and an eductional programme – all on the menu in this newsletter

‘Genocide Games’, women’s rights, right to food, Refugee Week, Human Rights Act – newsletter 24 June 2021

It’s been a busy Spring for René Cassin – read all about our new campaigns on Uyghurs, women’s rights, and socio-economic justice

Events, International Women’s Day & the Human Rights Act – newsletter 17 March 2021

Spring events … a focus on women’s rights, and links with slavery & immigration detention … the Human Rights Act ain’t broke, so don’t fix it … and a preview of Pesach actions on Uyghur genocide

Happy Human Rights Day – newsletter 10 December 2020

Celebrating the UDHR … Jewish Human Rights Superheroes … essay competition … solidarity with Uyghur Muslims

Essay competition, events & recruitment for growth – newsletter 3 November 2020

We’re growing! So we’re recruiting Campaigns Officers … our essay competition tackles the urgent issue of genocide … and our Human Rights Act film features in the Jewish Film Festival

Time for action to halt Uyghur genocide – newsletter 14 August 2020

Human rights as an optimist’s creed … action to support Uyghur Muslims in China … remembering Srebenica … become a René Cassin Human Rights Ambassador

Coronavirus lockdown: stay Hopeful, stay Helpful, stay Human – newsletter 27 March 2020

Response to Coronavirus – stay Hopeful, stay Helpful, stay Human … a Women’s Seder … supporting GRT communities … a virtual René Cassin during lockdown

Vote for Human Rights! – newsletter 4 December 2019

Asking candidates about human rights … launch of our hate speech campaign … A Lizard’s Tale … China’s repression of Muslim Uyghurs … modern slavery workshops

Past tragedy, present trouble & future hope – holding on to human rights – newsletter 29 August 2019

Remembering the Roma GenocideRefugee Week … China’s repression of Muslim minoritiesSocio-economic justice … RC Fellows in Budapest … and the latest on our events

Making the Jewish case for Human Rights, in ‘small places, close to home’ – newsletter 13 March 2019

Updates on our Jewish Human Rights Heroes event … our ‘Making the Jewish case for Human Rights’ publication … latest campaigning news … profiling activist Debora Singer … and notice of new events in May and September

Celebrating Nelson Mandela’s “sudden ray of hope” – newsletter 14 November 2018

Events to mark 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights … ‘Sunrise, not Sunset’ film shows how the Human Rights Act helps ordinary people in everyday situationsremembering the Roma Holocaust … latest campaigning on modern slavery and indefinite immigration detention

Meet the 70 year old safeguarding human dignity around the world – newsletter 27 July 2018

Celebrating ‘the Magna Carta for all humanity’ … on the front line of human rights defence – René Cassin in Budapest … remembering the Roma victims of the Holocaust … demanding an end to indefinite immigration detention

A Human Rights milestone – newsletter 7 March 2018

Celebrating & Remembering – the Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70, progress on modern slavery, latest human rights readings and … introducing Hannah Swirsky, our new Campaigns Manager

Will the Government keep its Brexit promise on human rights? – newsletter 29 November 2017

The EU Withdrawal Bill was supposed to be a ‘copy & paste’ job. But human rights were very nearly ‘cut & trashed’. Hear how we put the Shadow Brexit Secretary ‘through his paces’. And when Kevin met Ephraim – how René Cassin brought the Slavery Commissioner and the Chief Rabbi together to discuss the scourge of modern day slavery.

Where now for human rights? – newsletter 20 July 2017

Our future-gazing roundtable with Times columnist David Aaronovitch, Keir Starmer in Conversation, the Fellowship Programme visits Budapest – plus a round-up of all the latest news

So, we wrote to the Prime Minister … newsletter 23 March 2017

We ask Theresa May to reconsider her desire to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights – plus a round-up of all our latest campaigns

It’s not all gloom and doom – newsletter 22 December 2016

2016 has been an unsettling year for human rights – but there are many reasons to be cautiously optimistic – and many ways you can help us keep the flame of human rights alight.

Latest news from René Cassin – newsletter 29 September 2016

Defending the Human RIghts Act after the Brexit vote; Free asylum workshops; Speaking out against Hate Crime – and Jewish New Year greetings from Director, Mia Hasenson-Gross

Latest news from René Cassin – newsletter 2 June 2016

Good news on asylum, the fight to save the Human Rights Act and much more – read the latest round-up of René Cassin’s work in our supporters’ newsletter, 2 June 2016

Latest news from René Cassin – newsletter 24 February 2016

The lethal policy of immigration detention, defending the Human Rights Act … and much more – read the latest news from René Cassin – in our supporters’ newsletter, 24 February 2016