Koldo Casla is a lecturer at the School of Law and the director of the Human Rights Centre Clinic, University of Essex. His Twitter is @koldo_casla.Espanol |
Human rights and Putin’s invasion of Ukraine: an alternative proposal
Putin’s aggression requires a human rights strategy that accounts for existing power relationships, and attempts to steer the balance in the direction of peace.
Chile’s constitutional moment is an opportunity to enhance social rights
To do justice to such an ambitious goal, the Chilean process should not leave anyone behind. This is a historic occasion to make the case for social rights.
Reflections from a human rights clinic in the midst of Covid-19
Essex’s HRC Clinic had to adapt to a challenging scenario under COVID-19, with physical distancing rules and human interaction exclusively online.
What does that mean here? Localizing human rights in the UK
Some people believe that there is a lot of skepticism towards international human rights in England, but experiences of localization of rights are making a difference ...
What Putin’s supposed “death” of liberalism means for human rights
If Putin was right, and liberalism is dead, what would be the future of human rights in global politics?
Irish Traveller communities in Cork monitor and campaign for social rights
By: Koldo Casla
Traveller communities in Ireland are using international human rights law to monitor their housing conditions and to demand action from the local council. And they ...
The UK government cannot reconcile austerity measures with human rights
UK governments have claimed austerity measures are necessary while ignoring the disproportionate adverse effects on marginalized groups.