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After the mass genocide that killed 80,000 people in Rwanda , the international community vowed ‘never again.’ But today, history seems to be repeating
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The article "The depiction of torture in Jean Améry's Essay 'Die Tortur'" discusses the devastating impact of torture from a linguistic point of view.
The debate, resulting in the imposition of prohibitions laws on religious symbols in several European states, has become a controversial human rights issue.
The Universal Human Rights Student Network is a student-led organization seeking to amplify the voices of the next generation of human rights defenders.
The 2nd CREAN Conference, entitled "Children's Rights to Non-Discrimination" took place in Vilnius, Lithuania on 4th and 5th December 2014. A Student Review
A field report exploring the readiness of the Philippines to react to the typhoon Hagupit raising questions on climate change and desaster risk reduction.
After recent crackdown activists urge on international community to join global protests to combat human rights violations against LGBT Egyptians.
Hong Kong’s pro-democratic protests are among the most peaceful and disciplined in history. It has been, as the BBC reported, a very ‘civil’ disobedience.