We need to talk about the Rule of Law
Last week saw an egregious attack on the rule of law and, particularly, the independence of the judiciary, in parts of the media, and by some politicians and members of the public.
We need - urgently - to talk about the Rule of Law and what it means in practice.
As a start, ahead of the Supreme Court hearing on the Article 50 case, the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law invites the Lord Chancellor to deliver a public lecture on the rule of law.
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- RT @rolalliance: Thank you so much for attending the first Rule of Law Conference! It was a very successful event. See you in our next conf…
- Just finished - discussion on how JOYS could work in Costa Rica! Interesting suggestions and insights. Transparency is key@JeanPierreGauci
- Starting soon: @BinghamCentre session on the JOYS model for legal awareness and its application in Costa Rica #ruleoflaw @rolalliance conf.
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The Bingham Appeal has raised over £2 million for the establishment of a centre in honour of Lord Bingham of Cornhill
Find out about the Centre’s project on Citizenship Education and the Rule of Law