There are a number of ways to keep regularly updated with the UK Human Rights Blog.
1. Free instant, daily or weekly email updates
You can subscribe to the UK Human Rights Blog by clicking on subscribe in the ‘Free Email Updates’ box on the right sidebar of this page or visiting our Subscription page here. Subscription is free and you can sign up to instant, daily or weekly email alerts. You can unsubscribe or manage the regularity of your updates at any time. If you have a Gmail account, you may have to check that the emails are not going into your ‘spam’ mailbox.
The email will arrive in your inbox looking very much like the UK Human Rights Blog itself:
2. Become a Facebook fan
The UK Human Rights Blog has a dedicated Facebook “fan page”, which can be found here. The page replicates the content on the Blog. If you become a fan (you will need a Facebook account to do this), then whenever a new post appears on the Blog, you will receive a notification on your Facebook news feed.
3. Follow us on Twitter
You can find the UK Human Rights Blog twitter feed here, under @ukhumanrightsb. The Blog instantly tweets (i.e. posts on Twitter) each new post. If you have a Twitter account, you can become a follower of the Blog’s tweets, so you will be notified of a new post as soon as it is posted.
You can also follow some of the Blog’s contributors using the following accounts:
Adam Wagner – @adamwagner1
Rosalind English – @rosalindenglish
Angus McCullough QC – @AMcCQC
Jonathan Metzer – @JonathanMetzer
Martin Downs – @MartinJDowns
Jim Duffy – @JimDuffy12
4. Follow on your mobile phone
The Blog is specially formatted for certain phones, such as iPhones and Blackberrys, so you can keep up to date whilst you are on the move. When you access the usual address, you will see a specially formatted version of the site: