Andrew Williams "A Very British Killing: The Death of Baha Mousa" published by Jonathan Cape: London
On 15th September 2003 Baha Mousa was killed by British Army troops in Iraq. Despite clear evidence of torture and sustained brutality the army’s initial investigation and its later court martial could not uncover who was responsible for the death, a conclusion mocked by the findings of the subsequent public inquiry.
In a candid and unbiased account of one of the most disturbing controversies in recent British military history, Andrew Williams investigates the death of Baha Mousa and lays bare the failures of the British Army’s initial investigation and subsequent court martial, which the Inquiry was prevented from examining.
“This is a landmark book. Fluently, meticulously, A. T. Williams allows us to understand both the murderous nature of colonial war and the insidious moral corruption behind its institutional facades.” (John Pilger )
“A meticulous, devastating account of war's modern cruelty and the pursuit of justice.” (Philippe Sands, Author of Lawless World )
“Of immense value to anyone interested in the conduct, and misconduct, of war in our time... It shows why the Iraq story is far from over” (Robert Fox Evening Standard )
Human Rights Education
Alison Struthers (2015) "Building Blocks for Improving Human Rights Education within Initial Teacher Education in Scotland" The report contains recommendations for improving the extent and quality of Human Rights Education (HRE) within Initial Teacher Education (ITE) in Scotland.
Human Rights, Equality and the Public Spending Cuts
Mary-Ann Stephenson (2014) "The impact of benefit sanctions on people in Coventry" (2014) A report by The Centre for Human Rights in Practice with Coventry Law Centre, Coventry Citizen’s Advice Bureau, Coventry Women’s Voices.
Mary-Ann Stephenson and James Harrison (2014) "Using Human Rights and Equality Legislation to Monitor, Analyse and Challenge Welfare Benefit Sanctions." Report of an Expert Round Table Centre for Human Rights in Practice, School of Law, University of Warwick Monday 10th February 2014
Kalwinder Sandhu, Mary-Ann Stephenson and James Harrison (2013) "Layers of Inequality: A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Black Asian and Minority Ethnic Women in Coventry." A Joint Report by Coventry Women’s Voices, Coventry Ethnic Minority Action Partnership, Foleshill Womens Training and the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, University of Warwick
Mary-Ann Stephenson, James Harrison and Ann Stewart (2012) "Using Human Rights and Equality to Analyse and Challenge the Public Spending Cuts – Reflections on Past Practice and Organising for the Future." Report of An Expert Workshop Organised by the Centre for Human Rights in Practice at the University of Warwick
Mary-Ann Stephenson and James Harrison (2012) "Getting off Lightly or Feeling the Pinch? A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Older Women in Coventry." A Joint Report by the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, University of Warwick and Coventry Women’s Voices
Mary-Ann Stephenson and James Harrison (2011) "Unravelling Equality? A Human Rights and Equality Impact Assessment of the Public Spending Cuts on Women in Coventry." A Joint Report of the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, University of Warwick and Coventry Women’s Voices
Access to Justice
Natalie Byrom (2013) "The State of the Sector: The impact of cuts to civil legal aid on practitioners and their clients" A report by the Centre for Human Rights in Practice, University of Warwick in association with ilegal.org.uk