HUMAN RIGHTS

Addressing Climate Refugees and Displacement Involving Island Nations

Climate change – and climate displacement – are not merely threats of the future, but are already part of life for the inhabitants of drowning or sinking island nations now (though they are projected to become even greater threats in the future if nothing is done to address them). Drowning or sinking islands, once considered merely part of the destructive potential of climate change, are a threat islands and low-lying states today must grapple with…

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HUMAN RIGHTS

Can We Reclaim the Night?

Violence against women is worryingly normalized, to the extent that women are being conditioned to protect themselves using anything at their disposal from a very

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DIPLOMACY

What is Cloud Diplomacy?

Diplomacy changed considerably during the twentieth century. The word ‘diplomacy’ strictly described any face-to-face contact between the governments of one nation and the governments of

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Roma and Sinti from 25 European countries gather at Auschwitz to commemorate the International Roma Genocide Remembrance Day.
HUMAN RIGHTS

Roma and Sinti Statelessness in Germany

What is Statelessness? Article 15 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights states that every person has the right to a nationality, that no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of a nationality, nor denied the right to change their nationality.

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HUMAN RIGHTS

How to Work in Human Rights

Human rights movements are extremely popular today, and many are somewhat familiar with these two words; whether you’ve heard them at home, with your friends,

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DIPLOMACY

What is meant by Open Diplomacy?

Open diplomacy is not intended to be a substitution for traditional diplomacy. Open diplomacy is nongovernmental, informal, and involves unofficial interactions and activities between private

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