Aniketh Rao

Aniketh Rao (LLB, LLM, PgCrt LTHE) is a PhD Law candidate in the School of Law and Social Sciences at the University of the South Pacific. His multidisciplinary research areas of interest Human rights law; Gender, Sexual and Reproductive Justice; Family Law; Substantive Equality; Feminist legal approaches. His research mainly engages with the approaches of substantive equality and egalitarianism in law and social justice to explore the content of rights-based responses.

Content by Author

FemTech Apps’ Sexual and Reproductive Health Services: A Rights-Perspective on Privacy

FemTech Apps’ Sexual and Reproductive Health Services: A Rights-Perspective on Privacy

Image description: a "smart-watch" FemTech applications [FemTech apps] are committed to the technology-driven enhancement of women’s [users] autonomy in the enjoyment of rights to sexual and reproductive health [SRH Rights] which ...
New Zealand bans conversion therapy and incorporates rights-based mechanism

New Zealand bans conversion therapy and incorporates rights-based mechanism

Image description: rainbow queer pride flag Conversion therapy Conversion therapy involves psychological, spiritual, and physical practices to ‘convert’ a person’s gender identity or expression and/or sexual orientation ...