Daniil is a graduate of the BA (Jurisprudence) and BCL at the University of Oxford, currently working as a legal analyst investigating international crimes and human rights violations committed during the war in Ukraine.
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Twitter, Elon Musk, and “Free Speech”
Image Description: Elon Musk giving a speech.
Last week, a large company was acquired by a very rich man, and depending on who you ask, this is either the end of the world, or the best thing that has ever happened. This is, of ...
Russian Aggression in Ukraine and The Right to Life at War
Image description: Many soldiers with guns, and a Ukrainian flag in the background.
In times of war, especially distant war, human lives start being counted by the hundreds. People become “casualties”, “collateral ...
Maitreyi Misra on Deathworthy
Joia Crear Perry on Texas Abortion Law
Christina Voigt on ecocide
What’s Next in Climate Litigation: The World’s Youth for Climate Justice Campaign for an Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice
What was once a “turn” in climate litigation, has now become its central driving force. This series has documented some of the ground-breaking climate and human rights decisions in Courts across the globe. However, a key gap remains. ...
Forgetting liberté: France’s new security law imperils freedom of expression
On Saturday 21 November, despite a nationwide lockdown, thousands took to the streets across France to protest the loi de securité globale (global security law) being debated in the General Assembly. The original Bill was largely ...
Unprecedented onslaught on activists and human rights defenders in Belarus
News stories emerging from Belarus resemble a gruesome shopping list of human rights abuses. Authorities have systematically violated the right to freedom of expression, freedom from torture, freedom of assembly, and freedom from ...