ANDREW FAGAN: While human rights must continue to seek to protect the most vulnerable and weak in our societies, its defenders also need to urgently concern themselves with broader, more ostensibly banal and everyday concerns.
HELEN LACKNER: The UK’s seat at the UN Security Council represents a significant opportunity to form the basis for real negotiations between the two most prominent Yemeni parties to help end the conflict but one which has not yet been seized.
CATHERINE WEST: Peace is possible when reconciliation is placed at the top of the agenda.
TERESA THORNHILL: Our government must take responsibility for the abysmal treatment of refugees reaching Europe.
JULIE WARD MEP - Brexit threatens our work with the EU on global human rights, but there are also risks closer to home.
ANDREW NOAKES: Brexit is the moment for Britain to change the way it does business around the world.