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    All about UK’s new Global Human Rights Regime and who all are first to face the sanctions

    All about UK’s new Global Human Rights Regime and who all are first to face the sanctions

    The United Kingdom announces the first-time sanction under a new Global Human Rights Regime, and the UK will have the right to penalize people and organizations blamed for human rights violations. The rules came into…

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    The US Police use of force policy fall short of human rights standards, report finds

    The US Police use of force policy fall short of human rights standards, report finds

    A new study by the University of Chicago has learned that the Police department in many cities in the United States is failing to meet international human rights standards in the utilization of lethal force.…

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    US criticizes Human Right’s body decision to compile report on racism in US

    US criticizes Human Right’s body decision to compile report on racism in US

    The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo describes the move as Council’s hypocrisy. The UN Human Rights Council on 20 May had criticized the death of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis. The 47 member…

    Migrant workers
    Migrant Workers Remittance Might Drop Miserably In 2020

    Migrant Workers Remittance Might Drop Miserably In 2020

    It has been estimated that due to the Covid-19 situation that has led to prolonged periods of lockdown, the remittance that migrant workers usually sent back home to their families is going to drop by…

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    ‘Seafarers Must Be Brought Back Home In Pandemic Times’: U.N. chief Antonio Guterres

    ‘Seafarers Must Be Brought Back Home In Pandemic Times’: U.N. chief Antonio Guterres

    The human rights of seafarers seem to be marginalized as many of them are still stuck at sea due to the ongoing pandemic conditions and prolonged lockdowns in various countries. As of last week, hundreds…

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    Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve ‘justice, truth and reparations’, UN officials say

    Victims of intercommunal violence in South Sudan deserve ‘justice, truth and reparations’, UN officials say

    The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Friday condemned a fresh wave of intercommunal violence in the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, that has left hundreds of dead across 28 villages in Jonglei State,…

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    UN warns about Human Rights violations during the COVID fight

    UN warns about Human Rights violations during the COVID fight

    COVID-19 crisis has caused a humongous disruption across the globe. As subject matter experts, policymakers debate and discuss current steps taken by the government and future road to recovery; it must be interjected here that…

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    Dangers of confinement and internet on children amidst Corona crisis

    Dangers of confinement and internet on children amidst Corona crisis

    Although children are less likely to be infected with coronavirus, they are most affected by the consequences of the epidemic in other aspects. The first risk of the spread of the virus is that millions…

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    Fighting hunger amid global pandemic

    Fighting hunger amid global pandemic

    When there already are 820 million people across the globe going to bed hungry, the COVID-19 pandemic can double up the world hunger crisis, as per experts. The health emergency has brought severe disorder to…

    Migrant workers
    Coronavirus: How migrant workers in India walked miles to reach home amid lockdown

    Coronavirus: How migrant workers in India walked miles to reach home amid lockdown

    On 23 March, a nationwide lockdown was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to contain the spread of Covid-19. Due to which many migrant laborers in India were suddenly jobless and stranded.  After the coronavirus…