Shelley Inglis is the former executive director of the Human Rights Center, research professor at the University of Dayton, and a UN policy advisor.Espanol |
Decolonizing the narrative around constitutions, personal laws, and women’s rights
Many constitutions contain what are known as “clawback clauses,” which exempt personal law from their guarantees of nondiscrimination.
Revitalizing the UN human rights treaty bodies through regionalization
Five reasons why the proposal to regionalize treaty body meetings would work.
UN Human Rights recommendations key to US post-election era
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 ...
Educating the next generation of human rights practitioners
What is needed to prepare a new generation of human rights practitioners to respond to the challenges of today and tomorrow? What does a new human rights practitioner ...