This morning Jeff Dudgeon along with MIckey Murray were interviewed on ‘Good Morning Ulster‘ (click the link for the discussion which starts about 2hr 12 minutes into the programme) in relation to a statement issued by Peter Thatchell regarding his current thoughts on the Asher Cake case, which is being reviewed as we speak.
The interview lasts about 8 minutes, and in the main followed lines previously discussed. However I believe we all have our own opinion, and also because of the review ruling due from the courts which as Jeff, indicated the judgement will probably be looking at the following points of law:
Freedom of Expression etc.
we should await the judgement.
I will draw the attention of everyone to the following extract taken from an artile on the ifex website:
“The Camden Principles demonstrate that the rights to equality and freedom of expression go hand-in-hand and mutually reinforce each other, and that neither one of these indispensable human rights can be achieved at the expense of the other,” says Dr Agnès Callamard, ARTICLE 19 Executive Director. “They uphold the key principles of universality and indivisibility where too many have tried to impose exceptions and hierarchy.”
ARTICLE 19 launches the Camden Principles on Freedom of Expression and Equality
- The Guardian – I’ve changed my mind on the gay cake row. Here’s why
- The Council of European Union – EU Human Rights Guidelines on Freedom of Expression Online and Offline
- Geneva, 23 April 2009 – ARTICLE 19 launched the Camden Principles on Freedom of Expression and Equality