Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) explores the human rights implications of Brexit
Date: 1st November 2016
Category: General measures of implementation
The Committee is issuing an open call for evidence, asking interested parties and stakeholders to submit evidence on any impact of the UK's proposed withdrawal from the EU on the human rights framework and protection of human rights in the UK. Together has responded.
On Wednesday 26th October, the JCHR took aural evidence from a number of lawyers and academics on the potential impact on human rights of the UK's proposed withdrawal from the European Union.
- More information on Wednesday's session here.
- Watch Parliament TV: What are the human rights implications of Brexit?
- What are the human rights implications of Brexit? Inquiry.
Together, in partnership with the Children's Rights Alliance for England (CRAE) has submitted evidence to this inquiry regarding the impact on protection of children's human rights in the UK. Together and CRAE urge the Committee to engage with complementary inquiries taking place in Scotland and Wales to ensure the complexities of devolution are given full consideration.