With proof of vaccination likely to become mandatory for travel – and possibly other activities – a careful balancing of individual and collective rights will be essential.
Hotelier Julian Gerner’s challenge to the lockdown depends on whether ‘freedom of movement’ is an implied right in the Constitution. The High Court has never seen it that way.
During the pandemic, children’s independent mobility may be more essential than ever before.
Civil liberties violations look very different in pandemics. That’s why the Canadian Civil Liberties Association is looking into who has been detained and fined, and why, during the pandemic.
Until NZ is no longer in a state of emergency, authorities have exceptional powers over people’s lives – from telling people to stay home, to potentially making vaccinations or testing mandatory.
It sparked a series of government resignations, but what’s actually in Theresa May’s Brexit plan?
When freedom of movement is revoked, legal migrants are suddenly asked to prove they have the right to reside.
Becoming British can be a confusing, expensive and lonely process.
What does his party stand for and what does it want to do about Brexit? Some big questions need answering, and fast.
After a whole year, the British PM has finally said something about post-Brexit rights for people living in the UK.
In the 20th century, governments considered the “total abolition” of passports as an important goal and discussed the issue in several international conferences.