Tag Archives: human rights

Derived rights

Based on a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), a third-country national may, as the parent of a minor    ... more

The voice of a nation

In the context of an escalation of the situation between North Korea and the United States, one may be wondering who are    ... more

Unity in diversity

Staying true to his campaign promises, on January 27th, 2017, president Donald Trump issued an executive order marking numerous changes in American    ... more

Marching forward

On Saturday, January 21st, 2017, people around the world marched for equality, diversity, inclusion, as part of the Women’s March on    ... more

Sustainable global development

Calling for inclusive, agile and coordinated action to usher in an era of sustainable development for all, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has    ... more

Inclusive community advancement

The Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched a 16-month-long project to resolve the significant under-reporting of unsuitable acts aimed at    ... more

Leading business and equality

Apple boss Tim Cook has spoken publicly on his sexuality for the first time, revealing that he is proud to be    ... more

Forming history within a valley of beauty

On the 10th October 2014, the Norwegian Nobel committee made history as the youngest ever co-recipient was announced of the 2014    ... more

Globalisation promotes a world in action

In cause of the recent situation in Gaza, global governments are working together and independently to give advice and support to    ... more

Revolution for marriage equality

In recent global reports, some controversial events concerning marriage laws, beliefs and rituals are gaining valuable attention. These stories tend to    ... more

Reform for Russia’s gay rights

Recently, music artist Sir Elton John spoke out about gay rights. Due to the recent debate about gay clergy members being    ... more

Global forces unite for justice

Last month the story of 27-year-old Sudanese, Meriam Ibrahim sparked international recognition. She was incarcerated for adultery and apostasy (the abandonment    ... more

Brokeback Mountain- the powerful legacy of a novel

The story of the legendary mountain returned to the media space as powerful as its
first publication in The New Yorker in    ... more

New hopes for stability in African region

This month, Senegalese special court Extraordinary African Chambers, inaugurated to bring justice to Chad’s ex-president Habré, starts its second investigative mission    ... more

Blind Chinese activist wins first Westminster Award

Chen Guangcheng has become the first person to be presented with a ‘Westminster Award’ of Human Rights, Human Life and Human    ... more