Human Rights & Public Liberties

Human Rights & Public Liberties

Newsletter
Published on: 13 Jan, 2021

News in Brief

Migrants’ dangerous trip towards North America

One day this week, 800 people were queuing to get on buses and next week local authorities calculate that the numbers will increase further.

Published on: 9 September, 2021

Virginia removes General Robert E. Lee’s statue

Statues honoring leaders of the pro-slavery Confederate side in the American Civil War have become a focus of protests against racism in recent years.

Published on: 8 September, 2021

France’s national stadium trial

Up to 1,800 witnesses could be heard, including former President Francois Hollande.

Published on: 8 September, 2021

Lafarge can face charges of crimes against humanity

If judges decide Lafarge can face charges of crimes against humanity, it would be the first time that a company in the European Union would ..

Published on: 7 September, 2021

Millions are facing famine-like conditions in Ethiopia

OCHA has called on all parties to allow the movement of aid into the region, where it said 5.2 million people, or 90% of the ..

Published on: 6 September, 2021

Rotterdam climate meeting

Following the meeting, the GCA’s new floating office will be inaugurated by His Majesty King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

Published on: 6 September, 2021

Debate among Moroccan MPs, parties, and citizens

In the past, the number of parliamentary seats was distributed based on the votes obtained by each party divided by the total number of valid ..

Published on: 5 September, 2021

Indian farmers’ eight months protest 

The farmers say they want to teach the Bharatiya Janata Party a lesson.

Published on: 5 September, 2021

The Assam’s citizenship register

The list has left out 1.9 million names.

Published on: 2 September, 2021

Brazil indigenous land demarcation

The problem is that many tribes were expelled and new ones are being discovered.

Published on: 2 September, 2021

US. and China are expected to implement the Paris Agreement

The former Secretary of State’s visit comes amidst a range of tensions between the U.S. and China.    

Published on: 1 September, 2021

The legal dispute between Warsaw and Brussels

If the Polish verdict gives precedence to local law, it will undermine the EU’s joint justice system.

Published on: 31 August, 2021