Human Rights

22.01.2021

Imprisoned Saudi Activist and Other Rights Defenders Seek Justice in 2021

Imprisoned Saudi Activist and Other Rights Defenders Seek Justice in 2021

Two events generated significant interest and global solidarity in the final days of December 2020. A court in Saudi Arabia handed down a five years and eight months sentence to activist Loujain Al-Hathloul for publicly supporting women’s right to drive. Nicholas Opiyo, Ugandan human rights lawyer and defender of… »

21.01.2021

Unmarried women and sexual health: Battling stigma in India

Unmarried women and sexual health: Battling stigma in India

Written by Eileen McDougall Persisting prejudice in India toward pre-marital sex means unmarried women face stigma by medical providers when trying to access sexual health services. Societal norms are indeed changing in the country as increasingly more women choose to delay marriage. India is now… »

18.01.2021

Why Transforming Our Food Systems Is a Feminist Issue

Why Transforming Our Food Systems Is a Feminist Issue

By Jemimah Njuki In countries where women are most marginalized, discriminated under the law and where gendered norms prevent women from owning property and resources, people are also the hungriest. This is because gender equality and food systems are intertwined. However,… »

18.01.2021

No Vaccine for An Israeli Plague

No Vaccine for An Israeli Plague

The violation of lives and human rights that has been going on for three-quarters of a century and does not find who wants to stop it is a real plague. There is a vaccine that nobody wants to use. »

17.01.2021

UNHCR welcomes Mexico’s reforms to protect rights of child refugees and asylum-seekers

UNHCR welcomes Mexico’s reforms to protect rights of child refugees and asylum-seekers

UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, applauds the entry into force of important new measures in Mexico to protect the rights of child refugees and asylum-seekers, including the end of immigration detention for boys and girls. Under the reforms, no children, either accompanied or unaccompanied, are to be held in immigration… »

17.01.2021

Anti-rights Wiki: An investigation into the conservative lobby in Latin America

Anti-rights Wiki: An investigation into the conservative lobby in Latin America

A guide to anti-rights actors and their connections In recent years, social movements in Latin America have been strengthened by collaborative networks between countries, which created political and social changes to achieve or expand fundamental human rights. On the other hand, unfortunately, the conservative groups that oppose many of these… »

13.01.2021

About time: who makes time?

About time: who makes time?

To clear up any potential confusion, this text does not intend to discuss or portray in any way the seasons. We could say that the natural differences named seasons were baptised by human beings. What was natural has now been mixed socio-historically around homo sapiens, which makes its natural effects… »

12.01.2021

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Top Human Rights Tweets of the Week

Jim Murphy Trending rights tweets of the week: Trump’s actions fuel riot at the US Capitol; white supremacy and anti-Semitism converge in Washington DC; the Ethiopian government should let the United Nations investigate grave abuses which numerous witnesses say those involved in the … »

10.01.2021

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

Julian Assange: “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure,” according to Fidel Narváez.

“We must celebrate the sentence … but with great caution,”. In this interview, Fidel Narvaez, former consul of Ecuador in London tells us about the resolution that denies the extradition of Julian Assange to the United States. “Behind the sentence, there has been great social pressure and it is a… »

09.01.2021

Academics launch a Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara, which they invite to sign

Academics launch a Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara, which they invite to sign

Professors from the Universities of Sussex, Princeton, Carleton and Exeter have published a letter inviting you to sign Letter of Solidarity with Western Sahara As scholars, researchers, activists and concerned individuals, we, the undersigned, strongly condemn President Donald Trump’s proclamation recognizing Moroccan sovereignty over Western Sahara. Western Sahara is… »

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