Human Rights

The U.S. Makes a Mockery of Treaties and International Law

The United States claims it is operating under a “rules-based order”—but the term is not the same international law recognized by the rest of the world. Rather, it is camouflage behind which American exceptionalism flourishes. By K.J. Noh U.S. Secretary…

Recent US sanctions On China, Bangladesh and a few other countries

The US should look at the human rights situation in its territory first! by Jubeda Chowdhury The United States imposed sanctions on several companies and individuals in China, Myanmar, and North Korea on December 10, 2021, on ‘International Human Rights Day…

The inclusion of digital rights in Chile’s new Constitution

There are times when windows of opportunity open up to advance the rights of peoples and at the same time allow for the adaptation of norms to new situations. In Chile, this possibility is emerging with the drafting of a…

In defence of humans without rights (We are all migrants)

An increasing number of migrants are forced to leave their homes due to a complex combination of factors, but above all because of capitalist models that drive them out of their countries. By Aram Aharonian Last year, it was estimated…

Chile: The trivialisation of human rights

In Chile, on the occasion of the upcoming elections, worrying conceptions of human rights (HR) have surfaced. Conceptions that trivialise them, with extreme lightness. From the hard left, particularly those who tend to be behind Artés’ candidacy, there are those…

Who Will Bear the Financial Burden of Rohingyas?

by Kazi Jamshed As of July 2021, only $366 million of the total required, around $1 billion, humanitarian assistance fund for the Rohingyas has been disbursed. The disbursement has declined to 34 percent, which used to be within the range…

Penelope Moro “Bolivia must put an end to impunity because we cannot allow this to happen again”.

With the support of more than 100 human rights organisations, the family of Sebastián Moro launched an international campaign a few days ago to demand justice for the Argentinean journalist murdered in Bolivia during the coup d’état against Evo Morales…

UP STF charge sheet in Siddiqui Kappan case against the efforts of the Supreme Court to stop the misuse of the sedition law

by Sadique Qureshi   MURL Chairperson Justice BG Kolse Patil said that in his press statement, The UP STF charge sheet in the Siddiqui Kappan case is a highly disturbing document that goes against the Supreme Court’s efforts to read…

Cambodia’s media outlets including ‘Khmer Times’ can play a significant role in solving the Rohingya crisis

by Pathik Hasan Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has sought the global community’s enhanced focus and active support to find a durable solution to the Rohingya crisis as she addressed the 76th UN General Assembly (UNGA). She said the Rohingya…

Taliban abuses cause widespread fear

by Saleem Samad World leaders and international organizations are hesitant to recognize the Taliban’s government but are keeping abreast in the implementation of the Doha Agreement. The landmark peace agreement was signed by Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and the…

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