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UK To Appoint Former Court Of Appeal Judge To Lead HRA Review

UK To Appoint Former Court Of Appeal Judge To Lead HRA Review

The UK government has appointed a former court of appeal judge to lead a review on how the Human Rights Act (HRA) is actually getting interpreted in the courts. This comes as a step to…

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Japan follows US to fight human rights violence in China, toughens the law

Japan follows US to fight human rights violence in China, toughens the law

Japan is looking at increasing its involvement in human rights exploitation in China and thinking of taking the route same as the United States and Europe after a lot of criticism came in after reports…

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Serbia: UNHRC warns of misuse of power against media, NGOs

Serbia: UNHRC warns of misuse of power against media, NGOs

Serbia launched a crackdown on terror financing and money laundering, targeting several journalists and non-governmental organisations. However, human rights experts have expressed concerns over the misuse of power by the Serbian authorities to access personal…

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The UN calls on Europe to give priority to the human rights of migrants and refugees

The UN calls on Europe to give priority to the human rights of migrants and refugees

The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights called for urgent action to address the dire situation of migrants trying to cross the central Mediterranean and the shocking conditions they face in Libya…

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Europe, between globalization and human rights

Europe, between globalization and human rights

Many paradigms have changed with the pandemic. Globalization has shown its invasive character through the universal spread of COVID 19. To safeguard the lives of millions of people, to make the “value chains” of the…

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EU Finds Quick Ways To Solve Migrant Challenge

EU Finds Quick Ways To Solve Migrant Challenge

 The migrant situation is going from bad to worse. A recent news bit confirms that of a rescue ship that was carrying 280 migrants and refugees on board, over 70 people jumped from the ship,…

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The displaced Moira migrants demand rescue from Lesbos Island after fire blazes camps

The displaced Moira migrants demand rescue from Lesbos Island after fire blazes camps

Moira migrants stranded in Lesbos Island are in dire straits as fire engulfed their refugee camps last week. Greece is confronting mounting requests from refugees uprooted by fire to either leave Lesbos or help deport…

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Human rights in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic

Human rights in Europe during the Covid-19 pandemic

The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) has published a new report on the National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs), examining their situation in the EU, North Macedonia, Serbia, and the UK, and identifying different parameters…

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Five years since the great Migrant crisis and still hundreds are “vanishing” in the Mediterranean: An Insight into the human plight

Five years since the great Migrant crisis and still hundreds are “vanishing” in the Mediterranean: An Insight into the human plight

The great migrant crisis of 2015 had witnesses thousands of people dying in their quest of a safe country to migrate and live a better life. In 2015 alone 3030 people were believed to have…

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Roma disproportionately affected by the pandemic measures

Roma disproportionately affected by the pandemic measures

Europe’s Roma population has been “left behind” due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to human rights observers. A catchall term, the Roma are the largest ethnic minority in Europe who have been subjected to discrimination…

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