|Joint Committee On Human Rights - Written Evidence|
Here you can browse the Written Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords and the House of Commons to be printed 19 March 2007.
Terms of Reference
Bringing rights home for everyone: the
2 The Developing Law: Closing the Gap?
Interpretation by the Courts: Closing the
Public authorities and the Human Rights Act:
Guidance on the Meaning of Public Authority
Guidance, Contracts and Human Rights
Accessibility and Publicity
Effectiveness of the Guidance
Procurement and Human Rights: An Integrated
3 The case for further action
The "Private Sector" and Public
Continuing uncertainty for service providers
and service users
Impact on Service Users
Concerns of service providers: leaving the
Application of the HRA is "unnecessary"
The Convention Rights of Service Providers
The meaning of public authority: wider impact
Discrimination Law Review
Creating a "Human Rights Culture"
The case for further action: conclusions
4 The Way Forward
Contracts: Further Guidance?
A Legislative Solution?
Scheduling "public authorities"
Extending the application of the HRA by sector
Clarifying the meaning of "functions
of a public nature"
Conclusions and recommendations
Reports from the Joint Committee on Human
Rights in this Parliament
List of written evidence