A searching question

22 November 2010 by

There are now over 400 posts on the UK Human Rights Blog. This landmark provides a good opportunity to remind readers how to search the site.

The most basic search function is by entering a word into the “search” box which is always available at the top right of the screen.

You can also search by category via the blog archive or the drop down menu which is on the sidebar to the right. Each post is ‘tagged’ with:

  1. A blog category (for example ‘case summary‘ or ‘in the news‘)
  2. A legal category (for example, family law) and
  3. An article of the European Convention on Human Rights (for example, Article 2, the right to life).

You can read more about the individual rights on our ECHR page, which is also in a tab above. The full list of categories is reproduced below:

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