No-one left behind.A Community Rights Monitor.
This space was created by PPR to share information about our campaigns and to alert the wider public about human rights abuses against the most vulnerable members of society.
By the community, for the community.Our Campaigns
Mental Health Rights
A network of people with direct experience of mental health services, their carers, and families bereaved by suicide, speaks out about failed services to ensure that no-one is left without support when they need it most.
Right to a Home
A diverse group of people who bear the brunt of the housing crisis: homeless young people, families on social housing waiting lists, those seeking asylum, or Travellers facing racist laws, all pushing for long-term change.
Right to an Income
Challenging discriminatory laws that ban people from earning an income and consciously cruel social security decisions stripping people of their sole income, we push for total transformation in social economic planning.
A growing network of over 200 organisations and individuals who deal with the effects of digital exclusion. We promote digital rights and secure universal and free access to the Internet to ensure that no-one is left behind.
The Forest or the Trees? PPR's response to the DFC's Notice to Quit Consultation
DFC-commissioned research indicates that, compared to other countries, private renters here have a low level of security of tenure. In response, the Department has proposed extending the 'notice to quit' given to certain tenants. Emerging jurisprudence on the right to adequate housing, however, poses a much larger question: when is eviction itself legal under international law?