Authors: Pranjali Kanel | Ravi Prakash Vyas | Thérèse Murphy This BlogPost series emphasises, first, the value of working across borders: the series is a… Read More »Concluding BlogPost Series: Digital Technologies and Human Rights
Written by: Pranjali Kanel, Ravi Prakash Vyas and Thérèse Murphy Welcome to our BlogPost Series, which asks ‘Is human rights prepared for digital technologies?’ The… Read More »Introducing BlogPost Series: Digital Technologies and Human Rights
Author: Visalaakshi Annamalai | currently working with UNHCR in India The pandemic has kept us all socially distant from so many things that were once… Read More »A peek into the lives of Afghan Sikhs, a refugee migrant group
Author: Lengga Pradipta | Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) Forest is one of the natural resources which are massively degraded around the world. A recent… Read More »Deforestation and Extractive Industries in Indonesia; Shadowing by Corruption
Author: Kanak Mishra | O. P. Jindal Global University On 29th July, the Supreme Court (S.C.) of Mexico, in a 4:1 decision, rejected a State… Read More »What does the Mexican Supreme Court’s rejection to decriminalize abortion mean for Human Rights?
Author: Emma Kench, University of Sydney Nepal has experienced significant macro-economic growth throughout recent years, illustrated in the expansion of its annual GDP growth rate… Read More »The Role of Microenterprise Development in Women’s Empowerment: Nepal