In Focus

On the left a photo of a protest in Hong Kong, on the right a photo of a protest in Chile, both in 2019

What factors make or break a protest? Lessons from the 2019 Hong Kong and Chile movements

Created on: 21/03/2024 - Last Update: 21/3/2024
Digital solutions to fight COVID-19

The Use of Digital Health Technology during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Risk assessment in data privacy rights

Created on: 05/03/2024 - Last Update: 5/3/2024
Prison cell

Failure to Provide Adequate Mental Healthcare to Mentally Ill Detainees: Community-Based Care as an Alternative?

Created on: 28/02/2024 - Last Update: 28/2/2024
A poster help up during a protest that says "hatred is virus"

Hate Speech in the Context of Armed Conflicts

Created on: 12/02/2024 - Last Update: 12/2/2024
 #Call4Peace initiative

#Call4Peace initiative: Open letter to European Union, through the Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU, "Peace for Israel...

Created on: 02/02/2024 - Last Update: 2/2/2024
The ABL and borderization at Khurvaleti village between Georgia and South Ossetia

Between Conflict and Silence: A Human Rights Analysis of Freedom of Expression in South Ossetia

Created on: 30/11/2023 - Last Update: 30/11/2023
Drawing of activists from la Via Campesina, holding up their flag

Rethinking the right to food: how the Food Sovereignty Movement (Via Campesina) challenges the human rights system

Created on: 24/10/2023 - Last Update: 24/10/2023
The remains’ after President Habyarimana’s plane crash on 6 April 1994, which initiated the Tutsi extermination and the Rwandan genocide.

The United Nations and the Rwandan genocide

Created on: 13/10/2023 - Last Update: 13/10/2023
Ethiopian army & the Ethiopian’s Gambella Regional Governor Mr. Gatluak Tut, received
returned abducted children in May 2016

Identifying the Causes and Implications of Murle Child Abduction Practice, and its Impacts on Children: A Case Study on Ethiopia's...

Created on: 15/06/2023 - Last Update: 15/6/2023
Illustration of people cooperating for environmental protection and sustainability.

Climate Change Education. An analysis of the secondary schools curriculum in Nepal

Created on: 30/05/2023 - Last Update: 30/5/2023
From the left, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, US President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Britain's Prime Minister Bor

How emergencies diminish the legislative power in favour of a strengthening of the executive and how this affects human...

Created on: 27/03/2023 - Last Update: 27/3/2023
A gun made of cash is broken in half, on a multicoloured background

The human right to conscientious objection to military service. A case study on Greece

Created on: 13/02/2023 - Last Update: 13/3/2023
A drawing of an unaccompanied foreign minor walking alone through an asylum camp. On one side is a human trafficker trying to get him into a car, on the other a policeman with a dog in an aggressive attitude.

Freedom of Movement, the Right to Education, and Personal Development: Experiences and Perceptions of Unaccompanied Foreign Children in Relation to...

Created on: 25/01/2023 - Last Update: 8/2/2023
Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto and presidential candidate for the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) and Kenya Kwanza political coalition reacts after being declared the winner of Kenya's presidential election at the IEBC National Tallying Centre at

Kenya, heralding a new era?

Created on: 12/01/2023 - Last Update: 12/1/2023
A family part of the programme sits together and talks while laughing

Training societies to welcome refugees: opportunities and challenges of scaling up Community Sponsorship in Europe

Created on: 19/12/2022 - Last Update: 19/12/2022