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October 31, 2019By: Koldo Casla & Kath Dalmeny
Some people believe that there is a lot of skepticism towards international human rights in England, ...
October 23, 2019By: Małgorzata Szuleka
The democratic community in Poland is under threat, but activists and judges who use the constitution ...
August 1, 2019By: Jackie Smith & Joshua Cooper
Declining economic conditions in cities and communities around the world have inspired more people to ...
July 10, 2019By: Alison Berthet
It’s clear that regulation of AI must start now, but why do emerging frameworks primarily talk about ...
June 20, 2019By: Ise Bosch & Claudia Bollwinkel
Philanthropy can repeat oppressive patterns, or it can transform donor-recipient relations by giving ...
October 25, 2018By: Koldo Casla
Traveller communities in Ireland are using international human rights law to monitor their housing conditions ...
October 2, 2018By: Leyla-Denisa Obreja
The European Court of Human Rights is supposed to help victims of rights violations seek justice, but ...
October 31, 2017By: Katharina Rall
As attacks on environmental rights defenders escalate, the stakes are high for the upcoming climate ...
October 27, 2017By: Sergei Golubok
The whole European system of human rights protection is powerless when confronted with bad faith, and ...
June 7, 2017By: Koldo Casla
Thousands of people are being evicted in Spain due to austerity measures, and women are disproportionately ...
February 14, 2017By: Joe Westby
A UK judgement on Shell’s operations in Nigeria yet again shows the need to prevent powerful multinationals ...
October 25, 2016By: David Barrett
Inequality may be compatible with human rights, but not if it violates the right to non-discrimination.
July 21, 2016By: Phil Bloomer
The economy we have built isn’t the economy that delivers shared prosperity and shared security for ...
July 20, 2016By: Jamie Burton & Alice Donald & Koldo Casla
UK governments have claimed austerity measures are necessary while ignoring the disproportionate adverse ...
June 29, 2016By: Stephen Hopgood
Given the toxic politics of Farage, Johnson, Le Pen and Trump, will human rights be enough to resist ...
June 28, 2016By: Benjamin Ward
It is in uncertain times—like the aftermath of the Brexit vote—that we need human rights the most.
May 23, 2016By: Claudia Bollwinkel
Activists are using a multi-van in Germany to help female refugees cope with violence and harassment.
March 15, 2016By: Upendra Baxi
Protecting the rights of refugees and migrants requires a response based in hospitality not hostility.
September 15, 2015By: Neil Crowther
Effective counter-framing is crucial to improve public opinion on human rights.
July 3, 2015By: Rachel Krys
Amidst widespread negative views on human rights in the UK, public opinion research can help improve ...
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