France’s Ambitious Business and Human Rights Law to be Tested: the Yemen LNG case

France’s Ambitious Business and Human Rights Law to be Tested: the Yemen LNG case

On February 22, 2023, MENA Rights Group filed a lawsuit in a Paris court against TotalEnergies, one of France’s ...
Violation of Administrative and Fundamental Rights by banning BBC Documentary in India

Violation of Administrative and Fundamental Rights by banning BBC Documentary in India

On 21 January 2023, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting directed YouTube and Twitter to censor BBC’s ...
Depathologising Gender Identity at the United Nations: A Call to South Africa

Depathologising Gender Identity at the United Nations: A Call to South Africa

On 29 March 2023, a cross-regional group of countries led by Argentina, called for United Nations Member States to ...
The Enshrinement of Gender Discrimination in the Malaysian Constitution? – Part II

The Enshrinement of Gender Discrimination in the Malaysian Constitution? – Part II

The Court of Appeal of Malaysia ruled that Malaysian mothers did not have the right to pass their citizenship to ...
The Enshrinement of Gender Discrimination in the Malaysian Constitution? – Part I

The Enshrinement of Gender Discrimination in the Malaysian Constitution? – Part I

Overturning a High Court decision granting Malaysian mothers the right to pass their citizenship to their overseas ...
Condoning Child Marriage in Bangladesh: A Step Backwards

Condoning Child Marriage in Bangladesh: A Step Backwards

Bangladesh has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world, with 59% of girls married before turning ...
‘Engagement significatif’ en droit du logement : une nouvelle approche en matière de campements informels au Québec?

‘Engagement significatif’ en droit du logement : une nouvelle approche en matière de campements informels au Québec?

La ville de Montréal fait face à une crise du logement sans précédent. Les personnes en situation d’itinérance ...
Meaningful Engagement in Housing Law: Québec’s New Approach to Informal Settlements?

Meaningful Engagement in Housing Law: Québec’s New Approach to Informal Settlements?

The city of Montreal is facing a growing crisis of homelessness. Individuals who are unhoused face several social ...
Kenya’s Continual Failure to Meet their Two-Thirds Gender Quota

Kenya’s Continual Failure to Meet their Two-Thirds Gender Quota

Article twenty-seven of the Republic of Kenya’s 2010 Constitution states that the ‘State shall take legislative ...
The Missing Pieces: Living Organ Donation and Personal Autonomy in Germany

The Missing Pieces: Living Organ Donation and Personal Autonomy in Germany

Non-directed living organ donation remains prohibited in Germany, with concerning implications for individual ...
The Legacy of the 1993 Democratic Transition of Seychelles

The Legacy of the 1993 Democratic Transition of Seychelles

The Seychelles Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity Commission has almost concluded its investigation into ...