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Landmark climate change case heard by South Korean Constitutional Court

Landmark climate change case heard by South Korean Constitutional Court

South Korea's Constitutional Court made history on Tuesday by commencing a hearing on a groundbreaking case charging the government of falling flat to secure its citizens, counting various youthful natural activists and children, from the

Andhra Pradesh ASHAs advocate for recognition amidst govt’s delays

Andhra Pradesh ASHAs advocate for recognition amidst govt’s delays

In the complicated embroidered artwork of healthcare conveyance in Andhra Pradesh, Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs) play a significant part as cutting edge laborers. Entrusted with bridging the gap between communities and the healthcare framework,

Bombay HC: Right to Sleep upheld, late-night interrogations condemned

Bombay HC: Right to Sleep upheld, late-night interrogations condemned

In a notable ruling, the Bombay High Court has underscored the elemental significance of the right to sleep, censuring the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for conducting interrogations late at night. Judges Revati Mohite-Dere and Manjusha Deshpande

Armenia enhances Domestic Violence law: protecting victims, ensuring accountability

Armenia enhances Domestic Violence law: protecting victims, ensuring accountability

Armenia's parliament has sanctioned corrections pointed at invigorating the nation's residential viciousness enactment, signaling a noteworthy step forward in tending to a squeezing societal issue. Against the background of postwar challenges, counting endeavors to secure

Myanmar Refugee Crisis tests India’s border management and diplomatic skill

Myanmar Refugee Crisis tests India’s border management and diplomatic skill

The political scene in Myanmar experienced a seismic move with the military overthrow in February 2021, dividing the nation into a period of vulnerability and turmoil. Within the wake of the overthrow, Myanmar, seeing far

UN forum addresses racial discrimination against people of African descent

UN forum addresses racial discrimination against people of African descent

UN Secretary-General António Guterres conveyed a video message in which he praised the achievements and commitments of individuals of African descent around the world. He also recognized the persevering racial segregation and disparities that proceed

Friba Rezayee urges IOC action on Taliban’s women’s rights violations

Friba Rezayee urges IOC action on Taliban’s women’s rights violations

Friba Rezayee, Afghanistan's spearheading female Olympian, has taken a striking position against the Taliban's treatment of women. With the resurgence of Taliban rule, Rezayee has propelled a campaign encouraging the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to

China’s Crackdown on Human Rights Activists’ Families

China’s Crackdown on Human Rights Activists’ Families

China's Crackdown on Human Rights violations have long been a subject of global concern, with accusations of suppression and abuse prevalent, especially in regions like Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong. However, the impact extends beyond

Justa Libertad challenges Ecuador’s abortion laws in landmark constitutional battle

Justa Libertad challenges Ecuador’s abortion laws in landmark constitutional battle

Justa Libertad, a consolidation of eight prominent civil society organizations in Ecuador, has propelled a groundbreaking legitimate fight by starting a claim some time recently in the Constitutional Court of Ecuador. At the heart of

Controversy erupts over Georgia’s ‘foreign agent’ law threatening freedoms

Controversy erupts over Georgia’s ‘foreign agent’ law threatening freedoms

The Georgian government's proposition to reintroduce "foreign agent" enactment has touched off a firestorm of discussion, drawing condemnation and a consolidation of labor rights organizations. This enactment, on the off chance that it was sanctioned,