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By Senel Wanniarachchi Across India, one of the world’s ‘fastest growing economies’, humans from certain Dalit castes work as ‘ ..read more
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Image: The Guardian “The bullet doesn’t kill. What kills is the silence of people.” In April 2019, a viral image of anti-government ..read more
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By David Lawrence  BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images Brexit means that the UK is reviewing its trade policy, hitherto an EU competence, ..read more
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By Ariana Arzani Historically, societies and states have systematically overlooked, ignored, and wholly denied the human rights of ..read more
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By Anupriya Dhonchak In the last year, Indian women have been speaking out about their experiences of sexual harassment and abuse more than ..read more
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Written by Amlan Mishra In December 2018, India’s Home Ministry released a notification which was condemned by the civil society as ..read more
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Written by: Elan Schwartz The Background On October 13th, a caravan comprised of some 150 migrants from Central America departed from the ..read more
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Written by Johnny Patterson Reuters Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, human rights and liberal democratic values have had a position ..read more
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By Tiko Khatchvani  Fence dividing South Ossetia from Georgian controlled territory, Photo: Monica Ellena The past decade’s events in ..read more
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By: Hsiao-Hung Pai* Modou was shaking with anger when he called me. “Where is humanity?” he said. He was 17, from Gambia, and has been ..read more

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