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An exhibition of a soldier in a trench suffering from shell shock. For thousands of soldiers in the Great War, the fear, paranoia hysterical crying, terrible nightmares, mutism, fatigue, facial tics, and tremors were symptomatic of shell shock.

Psychology and War: First World to the present

As part of a series of events held by Parliament and the British Psychological Society to commemorate the First World War, psychologists will be outlining their insights into psychology and war. The lifelong effects of war have been well documented, but the First World War saw a turning point in the development of psychology and […]

Parliament at dusk

Law-making in action

On Thursday 28 January, 2-4pm the Parliament Outreach team will be holding an “Understanding Parliament” event aimed at providing insights into how laws are passed and the ways you can get involved. Parliamentary experts will explain how new laws are proposed, scrutinised and passed. There will also be an introduction to the newly introduced English Votes […]

parliament evening on thames

Do you have something to say to the government?

Select committees need YOU – how to find out what’s happening and how to share your views You don’t have to be based in Westminster to get involved. Your participation in select committee inquiries is crucial in providing MPs and Peers with valuable evidence and real-life stories to inform their work. If you have relevant […]


2015 HRLA Bursary Scheme

Looking to undertake an internship or work placement in human rights law? Unsure of how you’re going to fund it? Then the HRLA bursary scheme could be for you!   Application deadline Sunday 14th June 2015 (midnight) Download the 2015 policy and application form here.   Internships are an invaluable way to gain work experience […]