Blogpost on COVID-19 and segregated communities by Michael McEachrane, Visiting Researcher at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights.
Across the world, the infection, lockdown and economic ramifications of COVID-19 are disproportionally affecting Black and Brown people. This is … Continue reading » “COVID-19: Disproportionally Hits Segregated Communities”Continue readingMore Tag
Blogpost on COVID-19 and social entrepreneurship by Jasna Pocek, Postdoctoral Researcher, Sten K Johnson Center for Entrepreneurship, Lund University School of Economics and Management.
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History teaches us that the increase in inequality and human rights neglects are typical
Blogpost on COVID-19 and armed conflicts by Dr. Kamal Makili-Aliyev, Affiliated Researcher
While COVID-19 pandemic rages globally, a lot of attention has been concentrated to the risk groups based on age or on the existing medical/health conditions. However, other objective … Continue reading » “The Vulnerability Of States Affected By An Armed Conflict”Continue readingMore Tag
COVID-19: The Right to Public Information is Also a Language Issue
Governments across the globe are issuing public statements on a … Continue reading » “COVID-19: The Right to Public Information”Continue readingMore Tag
Biodiversity, climate and COVID-19 crises need coupled human rights solutions, by Claudia Ituarte-Lima , Affiliated Senior Researcher at RWI.
The impacts of COVID-19 and nature crises are interconnected. Only concerted multilateral action and solidarity in line with human rights, … Continue reading » “COVID-19: Biodiversity and Climate Crises Need Human Rights Solutions”Continue readingMore Tag
Covid-19 in Africa: A Look at the Human Rights Implications in Ongoing State Led Responses by Kasiva Mulli, Researcher
It was not until February of 2020 that Africa reported its first case of COVID-19, busting an infamous myth … Continue reading » “COVID-19: These May Be Frightening Times for Both Citizens and Governments in Africa”Continue readingMore Tag
Beyond Medicine: COVID-19 Challenges Us to Address Societal Inequalities by Martha F. Davis, Affiliated Professor
Crises have a way of laying bare our society’s deep economic inequalities, as well as the underlying human rights violations that we regularly … Continue reading » “COVID-19: Challenges Us to Address Societal Inequalities”Continue readingMore Tag
Human Rights Limitations and Emergency Laws at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic by Dr Alejandro Fuentes, Senior Researcher
The eruption of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the life and habits of millions of people across … Continue reading » “COVID-19: Core Human Rights Obligations Cannot Be Disregarded”Continue readingMore Tag