COVID-19

Separated, Locked Down, and Unequal: The Grey Hair Revolution’s resistance to draconian quarantine in Colombia

Separated, Locked Down, and Unequal: The Grey Hair Revolution’s resistance to draconian quarantine in Colombia

In July 2020, Colombian Administrative Judge Edith Alarcón-Bernal announced her decision to protect the rights to ...
The Future of Socio-Economic Rights in Nigeria: Beyond COVID-19

The Future of Socio-Economic Rights in Nigeria: Beyond COVID-19

COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the enjoyment of human rights in various countries, particularly ...
COVID-19 and the Digital Divide in Indian Island-territories

COVID-19 and the Digital Divide in Indian Island-territories

The lack of access to high speed internet within Indian island territories is a violation of digital equality, and ...
The Right to Nutrition and Basic Education: Ensuring Access to School Meals in South Africa

The Right to Nutrition and Basic Education: Ensuring Access to School Meals in South Africa

In Equal Education and Others v Minister of Basic Education, the organisation Equal Education and the school ...
A drought-stricken and marginalised Tharparkar: The right to water and COVID-19 in Pakistan

A drought-stricken and marginalised Tharparkar: The right to water and COVID-19 in Pakistan

The people of Tharparkar (Thar), Pakistan, called ‘Tharis’, have been facing water scarcity for years. In the ...
COVID and the Constitution: Breaking Down Canada’s First Pandemic Charter Challenge

COVID and the Constitution: Breaking Down Canada’s First Pandemic Charter Challenge

On May 5th Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) adopted the strictest pandemic border restrictions in Canada. Through ...
Suspension of Labour Laws in Uttar Pradesh Amidst COVID-19: A Fundamental Rights Emergency?

Suspension of Labour Laws in Uttar Pradesh Amidst COVID-19: A Fundamental Rights Emergency?

On May 6, 2020, the Uttar Pradesh government, suspended 35 out of 38 labour laws in the state for three years by ...
Covid-19 and Protecting the Rights of Labourers in India

Covid-19 and Protecting the Rights of Labourers in India

At a time when approximately 10 million labourers across India are left with no food or income and are trapped in ...
Rethinking Patients’ Privacy in light of the Coronavirus Epidemic in India

Rethinking Patients’ Privacy in light of the Coronavirus Epidemic in India

The past months have truly tested our global healthcare systems with over 5,240,000 confirmed cases of the novel ...
Kosovo’s Constitutional Court finds COVID-19 Measures Unconstitutional

Kosovo’s Constitutional Court finds COVID-19 Measures Unconstitutional

Measures to curb the COVID-19 pandemic in Kosovo have been subject to political contest and legal challenge. In a ...
The Impact of Covid-19 on Workers’ Rights (with Michael Ford)

The Impact of Covid-19 on Workers’ Rights (with Michael Ford)

The spread of Covid-19 has affected many areas of our lives with major implications for our rights and freedoms. ...
COVID-19 and the Curious Case of Continued Detention of ‘Foreigners’ in India

COVID-19 and the Curious Case of Continued Detention of ‘Foreigners’ in India

On 13 April 2020, the Supreme Court of India ordered that ‘foreigners’ who had been detained for at least two ...

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