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By: Nicolas Agostini
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If the human rights community wants to maintain relevance and credibility, it needs to introspect.

By: María Daniela D. Villamil
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A Colombian lawyer and professor reflects on how research can serve as a complement to peacebuilding, but also as a catalyst for further conflict and trauma.

By: Peter Splinter

How the USA deals with the process launched with resolution 43/1 will speak volumes about how it intends to engage with the Human Rights Council.

By: Volahery Andriamanantenasoa & Maggie Mapondera
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This women-led movement in Madagascar is resisting extractive development projects on the island, in exchange for alternatives that respect the land and the indigenous ...

 

By: Stephen Meili
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At a time when many refugee-receiving nations have ignored their international obligation to protect those fleeing persecution, constitutionalized human rights ...

 

By: Flavio Siqueira
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Bolsonaro's devastation policies in the Amazon region could prompt a new international paradigm of protection for human rights and the environment.

By: S. Priya Morley
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Now is the time for Mexico to address the anti-Black racism, xenophobia, and other forms of discrimination that impact Black migrants in the country.

By: Michael Winikoff & Eszter Kirs
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The Minnesota Model calls on human rights practitioners to build community across national borders and challenge assumptions based on disciplinary knowledge.

By: Colette Salemi & Ragui Assaad
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Academic institutions must be intentional about designing collaborative projects and fostering institutional knowledge on how to find and keep partners.

By: Shivani Danielle Jacelon
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The idea of dignity and security as being fundamental components of the right to housing overlaps with the doctrine of adverse possession.

By: Aura Lolita Chávez Ixcaquic & Marusia López Cruz & Laura Carlsen
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"To confront attacks on women and land simultaneously, we have had to learn to tackle discrimination and dismantle unequal power relations in all spheres at once."

By: Steven L. B. Jensen
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The story of the 1920 Declaration can help us rebalance how we approach human rights history and make it more representative in terms of substance and agency.

By: Eseohe Ojo & Ravina Anand & Israa Noureddine
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The evidence-based approach of listening to and centering survivors can help to address various forms of violence—from those affected by COVID-19 to those experiencing ...

 

By: Katerina Linos & Laura Jakli & Melissa Carlson
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While many NGOs emphasize human rights in their appeals to raise money, new research shows that it is much more effective to emphasize basic needs.

By: Miloon Kothari
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Given the scale of the human rights crisis brought on by the pandemic, the UPR must respond because it is uniquely suited to examine and respond with legislative ...

 

By: Libby McAvoy
Español | العربية

Practicing solidarity in open source investigation could be key to bridging the content-creator/content-analyzer divide.

By: William F. Schulz & Sushma Raman
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Rights must adapt to new realities or risk becoming irrelevant.

By: Rita Abrahamsen
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With the new U.S. administration, the Geneva Consensus Declaration might lose a supporter in this anti-feminist coalition that wants to preserve the traditional ...

 

By: Marie Juul Petersen 
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There are few indications that blasphemy laws are effective in hindering discrimination, conflict, and violence; in fact, the opposite may very well be the case.

By: Robert Stribley
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Transgender asylum seekers, who are already more at-risk than typical applicants, now face tremendous hurdles and abuse as they try to survive in the confines of ...

 

By: Archana Shukla Mukherjee & PV Narayanan
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In order to provide women migrant workers with a life of dignity, security, and a sense of recognition at their workplaces, the three primary stakeholders of the ...

 

By: Amanda Borquaye
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Under the COVID-19 pandemic, governments and consumers have the opportunity to rethink how we look at the human costs that sustain our grocery shopping.

By: Waris Husain & Sonali Dhawan
हिन्दी

Effective efforts to combat bonded and child labor in the Indian sandstone supply chain will require a nuanced approach to establish the right incentives to enforce ...

 

By: Howard Lavine & James Ron & Richard L. Wood
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The anti-human rights position of white evangelicals in the U.S. is less about religion and more about politics.

By: Marisa Hutchinson
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The resilience of the LGBTIQ+ community is admirable and inspiring; however, governments must ensure that all communities are safe and secure in times of crises, ...

 

By: Joshua Cooper & Shelley Inglis & Joel R. Pruce
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A genuine step for the Biden-Harris administration would be to formally establish a standing coordination mechanism across all relevant parts of the US government ...

 

By: Vishal Prasad & Solomon Yeo
Español | Na Vosa Vakaviti

An advisory opinion on climate action from the ICJ would empower states, civil society organizations, and climate activists with potent tools to combat environmental ...

 

By: César Rodríguez-Garavito & Elizabeth Donger
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Barbuda is a microcosm of larger trends and issues from climate-induced displacement and disaster capitalism, to the greenwashing of policies that undermine climate ...

 

By: Layanna Martin & Neel Gammelgård
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In order to address existing inequalities exacerbated by the pandemic, companies should make a serious effort in reducing the gender pay gap, upholding maternity ...

 

By: Gerald L. Neuman
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Returning to the rule of law and fortifying democracy in the U.S. will best be accomplished by reemphasizing the country’s own democratic and egalitarian values, ...

 

By: Melissa Langworthy & Hadeel Qazzaz
العربية

Social enterprises help change gender realities in MENA to make them more equal.

By: Donna McKay & Michele Heisler
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McKay and Heisler reflect on the role of medical personnel when treating patients victims of excessive police force.

By: Lara Stemple
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Exclusionary strategies that police the boundaries of terms like “gender” contradict the equality norms upon which human rights are based.

By: Pavlina Pavlova
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The COVID-19 pandemic has made the shutdowns of online civic space ever more consequential for exercising civil and political rights, and the Belarus protests are ...

 

By: Peter Splinter
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Time will tell whether Resolution 43/1 will dispose Human Rights Council membership to address situations of gross and systematic violations in other countries ...

 

By: Andrés Constantin & Belén Rios
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Human rights are essential to respond to the rise of diet-related noncommunicable diseases because a human rights-based response has proven to be effective in achieving ...

 

By: Alejando Baer & George Dalbo & Jillian LaBranche
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This project seeks to identify opportunities and challenges for educators committed to social justice and healing to critically examine their practices and engage ...

 

By: Barbara Frey & Fionnuala Ní Aoláin & Joachim Savelsberg & Jessica Stanton
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Long-term partnerships between academics and practitioners can build knowledge that both protects and advances human rights.

By: Ravindran Daniel
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The closure of Amnesty International’s India office raises questions about AI's global strategy and the democratization of the global human rights movement.

By: Dolores Trevizo
Español

Intersectional methods illuminate the variation in human suffering—with gender only one of several factors shaping experiences with violence.

By: Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky 
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What do inequalities, Covid-19, and human rights have to do with each other?

By: Michael Goodhart
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It’s time to forget cosmopolitanism: it’s flawed and it impedes clearheaded analysis of human rights backlash.

By: James Ron
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Based on a representative sample, researchers found that respondents’ assessment of current human and civil rights conditions was strongly correlated with their ...

 

By: Kevin Hershey
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What can we learn from teaching democracy to third graders?

By: Kelly Matheson
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As visual evidence galvanizes movements around the world and provides irrefutable evidence, climate litigators have an opportunity to leverage phone, drone, and ...

 

By: David Forsythe
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In Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s report on inalienable human rights, it is unclear why freedom of religion and property rights should be elevated over other ...

 

By: Deirdre de Burca
Español

There is an urgent need for the international community to extend the scope of the SDG 16 civic space indicators that promote and protect civic space.

 
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