Category: Human Rights

Freedom from Tyranny

Two armoured vehicles were parked beside the main road from Harare to Chinhoyi, about 20 km from the city.  The news was received with...
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#MenToo

Josh Bullen looks back on how the #MeToo campaign inspired men to stand up for women

Film Review | Tickling Giants

Named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, it is hard to believe Egyptian comedian Bassem Youssef began his...

Cuba: a revolution for the oppressed?

Shouts of ‘Viva Fidel’ rang out across Havana’s Revolution Square last week, as crowds of Cubans gathered to mourn the death of their former...
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Normative power: fact or fiction?

Are vested interests compromising the EU’s reputation as a champion of human rights and democracy? Saagar Dattani explores the issue
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Myanmar: democracy delayed

Clashes between Muslims and government authorities and claims of human rights violations against the Rohingya people in Rakhine are an opportunity for Myanmar to...
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Lake Chad: a forgotten crisis

Poverty, climate change and the influence of Boko Haram are causing a humanitarian crisis in the Lake Chad Basin, which the world must address.