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8 November 2023

Climate-induced loss is impeding human rights in the Pacific

Climate change is impeding the human rights of a large group of people living in the Pacific, a recent report in Nature reveals.

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22 September 2021
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13 January 2021

Human rights advocate inspires next generation

Dr Shahram Dana is using the lessons he learnt at the United Nations to inspire the next generation of crusading...

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30 July 2020
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17 May 2020

ANZSIL Perspective — Interrogating the Definition of Women Human Rights Defenders

International lawyers love a good crisis, argues Hilary Charlesworth, though this tendency can often impoverish the discipline of international law....

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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Derogations in time of public emergency

This is the final of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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5 May 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: A vaccine, guinea pigs and prioritisation.

This is the fourth of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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1 May 2020
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30 April 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: Overwhelmed hospitals and rights to life and health

This is the second of a series of five blogs on COVID 19 and human rights, focusing on the timeline...

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29 April 2020

A timeline of COVID 19 and Human Rights: The onset of the pandemic and free speech

The COVID 19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the globe. Every segment of most societies will be profoundly impacted. The...

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