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HUMAN RIGHTS & JUSTICE


What are the rights of the marginalized?

What happened after John Richardson heard the stories of the residents in the impoverished neighborhood of the Downtown Eastside in Vancouver

Please don’t look the other way

Frank Mugisha has long risked his personal safety for the cause of LGBT rights in a nation particularly hostile to them.

A man’s fight to save the world

The life and the tragic death of Sergio Vieira de Mello, whose work was emblematic of a moral struggle on the global stage.

What is the pro-active approach to emergency management?

Job Van der Poel writes on the importance of not running after the facts, of preparedness at the lowest possible level and on how an adequate emergency preparedness can reduce suffering and save many lives

Protecting human rights in South Asia

Nepal : It is better to strengthen existing institutions, rather than setting up new ones, argues Anurag Devkota

Homophobia : keeping the fight up!

London: Despite a recent momentous UN resolution on sexual orientation, homophobia persists in many countries around the world, An insightful paper by Fernando López del Prado Garcia.

Who forgot the victims?

From Senegal, Nadia Ahidjo-Iya reports on (in)justice and women rights.

The arts, the transformation, and the human rights

Buenos Aires, Argentina: Yamila Rodriguez writes for OLBIOS and invites us to discover MACATA

The Dutch in Yemen

The efforts, the support, and the assistance of the Netherlands

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