How Did the Global COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Women and Girls?

How Did The COVID-19 Pandemic Impact Women and Girls Globally? 7 min read Despite significant strides in female empowerment, women are often casualties of health crises, violent conflict, and economic…

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How did Martin Luther King Jr. inspire others?

How did Martin Luther King Jr. inspire others? 7 min readMartin Luther King Jr. is perhaps one of the most prolific figures of our time and of course, a key…

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Who Do You Belong To? Short Review of Statelessness in the UK

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Under Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, everyone has a right to a nationality. ‘Moreover, no one shall…

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Tackling Violence Against Women in The Northern Triangle of Central America (NTCA)

The Northern Triangle of Central America (NTCA) is considered the most violent region in the world. Countries such as El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala have some of the highest homicide rates globally.

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Picture: Karla Gutierrez works at the Shaira Ali Cultural Center as a registrar. After her friend died at the hands of a jealous husband, Gutierrez - motivated by grief - started working to help young people learn how to prevent violence in schools and communities. Photo credit: Josh Haner/New York Times/Redux Pictures

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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Roma and Sinti from 25 European countries gather at Auschwitz to commemorate the International Roma Genocide Remembrance Day.Source: https://www.dw.com/en/roma-gather-at-auschwitz-to-commemorate-nazi-genocide/a-17828248

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 Trafficking: A Foundational Cheat Sheet

Picture Credits: Kindel Media Human trafficking is one of the hardest crimes to both detect and prosecute. John Vanek, author, and consultant on the collaborative response to human trafficking, states…

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A Brief History of Human Rights Documents Throughout Time

      How did human rights come about? A Brief History Overtime 12 min read It was only 100 years ago that in the United States, the 19th Amendment…

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What is the most violated Human Right in America?

Picture: Jenny Chiang (front left), Jessica Wong (center), and Sheila Vo (front right) of Massachusetts’s Asian American Commission at a protest in front of the Statehouse in Boston on March…

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Jessica Wong, of Fall River, Mass., front left, Jenny Chiang, of Medford, Mass., center, and Sheila Vo, of Boston, from the state's Asian American Commission, stand together during a protest, Thursday, March 12, 2020, on the steps of the Statehouse in Boston. Asian American leaders in Massachusetts condemned what they say is racism, fear-mongering and misinformation aimed at Asian communities amid the widening coronavirus pandemic that originated in China. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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