Monthly Archives: June 2017

Jun 19 2017

Violence Against Doctors: A Subtle Violation of Human Rights

Leave a comment

*By Ananye Krishna In the state of Maharashtra, generally, the people and the doctors are not aware of their rights and liabilities. This lack of awareness leads to the grief and anger of patients being targeted at the first person … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by sekyerek Tagged with: , , , , ,

Jun 14 2017

UN General Assembly Assisting the UN Security Council

Leave a comment

*By Ewelina U. Ochab The UN Security Council has been struggling to pass a resolution that would provide for some decisive steps regarding the situation in Syria. Eight of the proposed resolutions, including a resolution referring the situation to the International … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by alkhudar

Jun 12 2017

The Indonesian Ahmadis: No Place for Praying

5 Comments

By Max Regus* Religious freedom has been considered one of the most crucial and serious issues in contemporary Indonesia, as religious minority groups frequently experience attacks due to their beliefs. This article will focus on the status of Ahmadis in … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by sekyerek Tagged with: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Jun 5 2017

The Regressive Russian Amendment

Leave a comment

By Surya Rajkumar* Note: This post was originally published in Oxford University’s Human Rights Blog. It has been republished with minor edits here. To read the original, visit http://ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/domestic-violence-and-the-regressive-russian-amendment/ On the 8th of February 2017, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into … Continue reading

Posted by: Posted on by dhananit Tagged with: , , ,