Monthly Archives: June 2015

Jun 25 2015

The sinister reality of gentrification in Washington, D.C.

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Pilar Barreyro is an MSc Human Rights student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her research interests explore the intersection of race, gender and national identity formation in the United States. She is a native of Washington, … Continue reading

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Jun 20 2015

Redeeming the human: direct action and human rights at Yarl’s Wood

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Nicci Shall is a graduate in Sociology from the University of Cambridge and a current student on the MSc Human Rights programme at LSE. She is interested in structural racism and processes of social exclusion. In the midst of the … Continue reading

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Jun 15 2015

Shooting sparrows with cannons: national security and civil liberties under Britain’s terrorism laws

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Philip Belau is a current MSc Human Rights student at LSE and president of the Human Rights Student Committee 2014/15. He holds a bachelor’s degree in History and Politics and has been involved in several humanitarian projects in the Middle … Continue reading

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Jun 3 2015

MEPs send clear signal on proposed EU conflict minerals law

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Sonia Hierzig is a current MSc Human Rights student at LSE and a Research Intern with the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. She completed her undergraduate degree in Politics and International Studies at the University of Exeter and also holds an … Continue reading

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