Use of Artificial Intelligence by the Judiciary in the Face of COVID-19

Use of Artificial Intelligence by the Judiciary in the Face of COVID-19

As one of the measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, courts in major parts of the world are ...
COVID-19, Emergency Basic Income and the Right to Life in Brazil

COVID-19, Emergency Basic Income and the Right to Life in Brazil

The coronavirus outbreak hit Brazil at a particularly difficult moment. Since 2016, Constitutional Amendment (EC) ...
U.S. Department of Justice Creates Office to Denaturalize Immigrants

U.S. Department of Justice Creates Office to Denaturalize Immigrants

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced last month that it had created a standalone denaturalization ...
The Impact of COVID-19 on World’s Refugees

The Impact of COVID-19 on World’s Refugees

While official responses to the novel COVID-19 have focused on domestic impacts of the virus, we cannot overlook ...
European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation: Deadline extended

European Master’s Programme in Human Rights and Democratisation: Deadline extended

The Global Campus of Human Rights is glad to inform you that the Call for Applications for the next academic year ...
‘But a Small Price to Pay’ – Degradation of Rights in Childbirth During COVID-19

‘But a Small Price to Pay’ – Degradation of Rights in Childbirth During COVID-19

‘No visitors. Induced labor. Converted delivery wards. Tens of thousands of women across the country are giving ...
Sharing or Caring? The Delineation of UK Parental Rights

Sharing or Caring? The Delineation of UK Parental Rights

Following the Supreme Court’s refusal to permit an appeal in Chief Constable of Leicestershire v Hextall, the ...
Proposed amendments to the Human Rights Act to disadvantage UK war crimes victims

Proposed amendments to the Human Rights Act to disadvantage UK war crimes victims

On 18 March 2020, the UK Minister for Defence introduced into the UK Parliament his promised package of new ...
Gender Parity in the Chilean Constitutional Convention: What Does it Mean for Chilean Democracy?

Gender Parity in the Chilean Constitutional Convention: What Does it Mean for Chilean Democracy?

Recently, on March 4, 2020, the two chambers of the Chilean Congress approved gender parity for the election of ...
India’s case against intellectual segregation in classrooms

India’s case against intellectual segregation in classrooms

A High Court in India recently handed down a significant judgment relating to equality in educational facilities. ...
The Rebirth of the Abortion Debate in Colombia

The Rebirth of the Abortion Debate in Colombia

Early this March, the Colombian Constitutional Court, in a divided opinion (6-3), rejected on grounds of ...