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since 1934

Current campaigns...

Military Justice

Military Justice is Liberty’s campaign to protect and uphold the human rights of those in our Armed Forces.

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"Whether soldier or civilian, your fundamental rights and freedoms deserve the same protection."
Emma Norton, Legal Officer

No Snoopers' Charter

Campaigning for an end to blanket surveillance of the entire population.

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"The amount of control you have over somebody if you can monitor internet activity is amazing. You get to know more intimate details about their life than any person they talk to."
Tim Berners-Lee

Save Our Human Rights Act

We’ve already got a “British Bill of Rights” – it’s called our Human Rights Act. Help us save it.

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"Which of these rights, I ask, would we wish to discard? Are any of them trivial, superfluous, unnecessary? Are any of them un-British?"
Lord Bingham

Extradition Watch

Extradition Watch is our campaign for fairer extradition laws.

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"An automatic appeal right against extradition is essential. It has prevented past injustice and it must not be lost."
Isabella Sankey
Policy Director, Liberty

Unsafe Unfair

Unsafe, unfair counter-terror proposals are no substitute for our system of evidence, arrest, charge and conviction

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"I was cleared of my "crime" – but not before I'd lost two years of my life in a netherworld of prisons, police, tags and harassment."
Cerie Bullivant
Spent two years under a control order before being completely exonerated

Latest from Liberty

The Human Rights Act, attacked by many in politics and the press, has protected journalists’ sources, safeguarded our soldiers, given bereaved families long sought-after answers and held the authorities to account over and over again. It has defended domestic violence sufferers, the vulnerable in care and rape victims. 

No one is taking it from us without a fight. Together we can save our Human Rights Act.

Mairi Clare Rodgers
Media Director

Liberty campaigns to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community. We do this through a combination of public campaigning, test case litigation, parliamentary work, policy analysis and the provision of free advice and information.