Monthly Archives: April 2016

Apr 25 2016

Transborder Abduction of Hong Kong Booksellers: Implications under International Law

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By Sean Yau Shun Ming* In late 2015, five co-owners of a Hong Kong bookstore – specialising in selling Chinese political books mostly banned in China – all disappeared. Among them, the international community has paid considerable attention to Gui … Continue reading

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Apr 18 2016

A Conversation on Race (Part 3): ‘Race, UK Policy and the Chagos Islander’s case post-2000’

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The following article is the third and final post in a three-week series on the LSE Human Rights Blog entitled ‘A Conversation on Race’. This series has been compiled by MSc Human Rights candidate Allie Funk (A.Funk@lse.ac.uk).  By Cat Gough* “The Foreign … Continue reading

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Apr 11 2016

A Conversation on Race (Part 2): ‘Incarceration of Black Lives in America’

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The following article is the second in a three-week series on the LSE Human Rights Blog entitled ‘A Conversation on Race’. By Jacqueline Stein* To a foreigner, American incarceration rates must be haunting. Figures today report American prison rates toping world charts, … Continue reading

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Apr 4 2016

A Conversation on Race (Part 1): ‘The Geographies of Racism’

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The following podcast episodes are the first in a three-week series on the LSE Human Rights Blog entitled ‘A Conversation on Race’. This special program has been created by Sound Minds Radio – a research communication project funded by the Community … Continue reading

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