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August 20, 2019
By: Sarah Yookyung Kim
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When much broader communities can harness intellectual property rights, these shifts can contribute ...

 

August 8, 2019
By: Osamah Alfakih
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Defending human rights in war-torn Yemen requires persistence, creativity, and strategic changes to ...

 

August 6, 2019
By: Deepa Ranganathan
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#MeToo ignited a conversation about sexual and gender-based violence, but young feminists in the global ...

 

August 1, 2019
By: Jackie Smith & Joshua Cooper
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Declining economic conditions in cities and communities around the world have inspired more people to ...

 

July 31, 2019
By: Eric Posner
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The new US Commission on Unalienable Rights will provide a conservative interpretation on human rights. ...

 

July 25, 2019
By: Philip Alston & Nikki Reisch
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Delivering on the SDG’s promise to reduce economic inequality requires progressive taxation and effective ...

 

July 24, 2019
By: Quincy Cloet
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While many Ukranians place their hopes in the ICC to end impunity, improving the local judiciary could ...

 

July 18, 2019
By: Koldo Casla
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If Putin was right, and liberalism is dead, what would be the future of human rights in global politics?

July 16, 2019
By: Karen Chonofsky
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The US Global Gag Rule is impeding far more than access to abortion in the global South—services for ...

 

July 10, 2019
By: Alison Berthet
Français

It’s clear that regulation of AI must start now, but why do emerging frameworks primarily talk about ...

 

July 4, 2019
By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The SDGs are mostly aligned with human rights objectives—to emphasize this, the UN human rights mechanisms ...

 

June 27, 2019
By: James Ron & Howard Lavine & Shannon Golden

Polls that show Americans support airstrikes against suspected terrorists ignore some very large caveats.

June 27, 2019
By: Alexander H. Montgomery & Charli Carpenter

Recent studies argue that Americans are relatively insensitive to the laws of war. There’s only one ...

 

June 26, 2019
By: Inga T. Winkler & JoAnn Kamuf Ward
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The United States—and many other wealthy nations—are facing an invisible but profound crisis of sanitation ...

 

June 20, 2019
By: Ise Bosch & Claudia Bollwinkel
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Philanthropy can repeat oppressive patterns, or it can transform donor-recipient relations by giving ...

 

June 19, 2019
By: Charu Lata Hogg
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In addressing conflict-related sexual violence, the UN Security Council has urged prevention, protection ...

 

June 18, 2019
By: Laura Ligouri
Español | Français | العربية

Capitalizing on the brain’s capacity to simulate events, messages of positive behavior – instead of ...

 

June 13, 2019
By: Natalie Gill
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Can urban planners use the technology in “Smart Cities” to create cities that are more just—and safe—for ...

 

June 12, 2019
By: Ishtar Lakhani
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Humour is one of the most effective tools in our activist arsenal, because it has the ability to bring ...

 

June 10, 2019
By: César Rodríguez-Garavito
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Obsessed with pushing spatial boundaries, the human rights community left aside concerns about time. ...

 

June 4, 2019
By: Maria Luisa Stasi
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Social media platforms are abusing their dominant position and exploiting users with terms of service ...

 

May 30, 2019
By: Leyla-Denisa Obreja
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Amidst growing debate on women’s reproductive rights, worldwide policies allowing free access to emergency ...

 

May 29, 2019
By: Victoria Tauli-Corpuz
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Lands under secure indigenous tenure often have better conservation outcomes—can stronger protections ...

 

May 23, 2019
By: Rosie Carter
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Giving people a sense of optimism about and control over their future is the best way to stop populist ...

 

May 20, 2019
By: Fatima Iakupbaeva
Español | Русский

Shifting to a business mindset is hard for non-profit organizations, but with limited opportunities ...

 

May 16, 2019
By: Gabe Rissman
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A sustainable business model could help human rights groups apply shareholder pressure to improve corporate ...

 

May 2, 2019
By: Carlotta Rigotti
Español

What are the human rights implications in the growing market for sex robots? Are these AI “gynoids” ...

 

May 1, 2019
By: Ana Zbona & Sanyu Awori
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When space closes for labour rights defenders, the situation is far worse for those at the margins. ...

 

April 25, 2019
By: César Rodríguez-Garavito
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Lawsuits have become an increasingly frequent route for urgent action on climate change, but the impact ...

 

April 24, 2019
By: John Packer
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The Myanmar state can and must be held accountable for the genocide being perpetrated against the Rohingya, ...

 

April 23, 2019
By: Param-Preet Singh
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In giving undue weight to politics and practicalities in their decision to abandon war crimes investigations ...

 

April 11, 2019
By: Tom Crompton
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No cause is an island. Human rights and other movements can better work together by identifying and ...

 

April 10, 2019
By: A. Kayum Ahmed
Español | isiXhosa

The development of artificial intelligence and transhumanism are challenging what it means to be human—and ...

 

April 4, 2019
By: Lisa Hilbink & Janice Gallagher & Juliana Restrepo Sanin & Valentina Salas
Español | Português

Despite low levels of trust in the justice system, citizens in Chile and Colombia still make legal claims, ...

 

April 3, 2019
By: Rostislav Valvoda

NGOs in Eastern Europe and Central Asia have shown resilience under pressure by inventing new ways to ...

 

April 2, 2019
By: Jason Brickhill
Español | isiXhosa

The courts have done much in South Africa to advance human rights and promote equality, but in what ...

 

March 28, 2019
By: Chrystie Swiney
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The much-reported clampdown on civil society is not restricted to authoritarian states – restrictive ...

 

March 27, 2019
By: Alicia Ely Yamin
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The SDGs are a step forward for women’s equality and sexual and reproductive rights, but the indicators ...

 

March 21, 2019
By: Arpitha Kodiveri
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Who speaks for nature’s rights? The question needs careful consideration, or we risk in protecting nature ...

 

March 21, 2019
By: Jacqueline Peel & Hari M. Osofsky
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As the climate crisis deepens, can litigation advancing a human right to a stable and sustainable climate ...

 

March 20, 2019
By: David R. Boyd
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Recognizing the human right to live in a healthy environment, and the rights of nature itself, are both ...

 

March 19, 2019
By: Maggie Murphy
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Women footballers face discrimination, harassment, and funding challenges every day. But what is more ...

 

March 14, 2019
By: Loretta Pyles
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Human rights violations harm people’s minds and their bodies, and addressing both can help to heal trauma ...

 

March 14, 2019
By: Mark Kersten
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The acquittal of Laurent Gbagbo by the ICC is seen by many as a blow to the Court’s legitimacy – but ...

 

March 13, 2019
By: Lincoln Ajoku
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Given the rapid pace of change in the development and uptake of digital and emerging technologies, civil ...

 

March 12, 2019
By: Jessica Montell
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Israeli occupation is the root cause of Palestinian suffering. Litigation won’t change that, but it ...

 

March 7, 2019
By: Marte Hellema & Hannie Meesters
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If there is no fundamental and transformational change in how gender equality is addressed as part of ...

 

March 6, 2019
By: Ari Shaw & Mauricio Albarracín
Español | Português

The rise of religious fundamentalism in Latin America—in conjunction with the populist trend sweeping ...

 

 
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