In western countries, people of African Descent are the most targeted group when it comes to violent hate crimes and discrimination. In this podcast we sat down to discuss and learn more about a UN platform that aims to combat … Continue reading » “The Decade: A Vehicle to Combat Anti-Black Racism”Continue readingMore Tag
In our latest episode of “On Human Rights,” we hear Thomas Spijkerboer, who has, for over a decade, done research on border deaths and their correlation to European migration policies.
The podcast was recorded during his “Wednesday Night Rights” … Continue reading » ““Border Deaths Occur at the Borders of Wealthy Countries””Continue readingMore Tag
December 9 marked the International Anti-Corruption day. This year, the UN highlighted the $1 trillion paid yearly in bribes and the estimated $2.6 trillion stolen annually through corruption – a sum equivalent to more than 5 percent of the global … Continue reading » “The Corruption Crusader Urges Zero Tolerance on Gifts”Continue readingMore Tag
In this podcast, Professor Manfred Nowak shares his experiences from working as the UN’s Special Rapporteur on Torture between 2004-2010. Has torture increased or decreased globally? And what methods are necessary in order for states to prevent torture from happening?
In this podcast, Dr Jason Pobjoy presents his book “The Child in international refugee law” where he summarize his work and conclusions regarding his research.
Children are the victims of some of the most devastating examples of state-sanctioned and private … Continue reading » “The Child in International Refugee law”Continue readingMore Tag