CARIBBEAN AND NORTH ATLANTIC TERRITORIES The Cayman Islands Constitution (Amendment) Order 2016Read More
A collection of statements and papers by the then Human Rights Committee (which existed from 2006-2009) related to the constitutional modernisation process.
This report (dated January 2003) is the result of research on human rights carried out in a number of Britain’s Overseas Territories (OTs) by Social Development Direct (SDDirect) on behalf of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and the Department for International Development (DFID).
The Human Rights Commission supports the United Nations’ recognition of 4 May as Anti-Bullying Day, a part of its campaign to protect children from violence. The Commission has identified bullying as one of the key issues which it wishes to address in 2017.Read More
Since coming into being, the Human Rights Commission has spent a considerable amount of time addressing issues related to persons who are detained by the Cayman Islands Government...Open Book Read More
The Human Rights Commission has identified bullying as one of the key issues it wishes to address in 2017. A report by the UN Secretary General found that childhood bullying was related to two attributes of the UN’s global development agenda: creating high quality education through the promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence (Goal 4), and promoting peaceful societies by ending child abuse, trafficking, and other forms of violence against and torture of children (Goal 16).Read More