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Fighting for fair representation for women through dissolution of the Kenyan Parliament

Fighting for fair representation for women through dissolution of the Kenyan Parliament

In the Chief Justice’s advice to the President, Kenya’s current Chief Justice David Kenani Maraga has advised the ...
Openness is a Human Rights Issue: Copyright Amendment Bill and Access to Educational Materials in South Africa

Openness is a Human Rights Issue: Copyright Amendment Bill and Access to Educational Materials in South Africa

October 19th to 25th is International Open Access (OA) Week 2020. This year’s theme is “Open with Purpose: Taking ...
Adjudicating Religious Minority Rights: Stavropoulos and others v. Greece

Adjudicating Religious Minority Rights: Stavropoulos and others v. Greece

Stavropoulos and Others v. Greece questioned Greece’s respect for religious minority rights. When Mr. and Mrs. ...
Arbitrary & Disproportionate Criminalisation of Marginalised Communities: A Countermap of Pandemic Policing in India

Arbitrary & Disproportionate Criminalisation of Marginalised Communities: A Countermap of Pandemic Policing in India

The Criminal Justice and Police Accountability Project studied 34,000 arrest records and 500 First Information ...
A Bittersweet Day: Two equality rights decisions handed down by the High Court of Hong Kong

A Bittersweet Day: Two equality rights decisions handed down by the High Court of Hong Kong

 In recent years, the Hong Kong courts have recognised the equality rights of various same-sex couples in a number ...
Transgender Persons Rules 2020: A Halfhearted Attempt at Redemption

Transgender Persons Rules 2020: A Halfhearted Attempt at Redemption

Justice Chandrachud of the Indian Supreme Court, in the landmark Navtej Singh Johar judgment, opined that, “our ...
Pakistan: Discriminatory rules preclude Afghan refugee children from attaining secondary education

Pakistan: Discriminatory rules preclude Afghan refugee children from attaining secondary education

In 2012, the Board of Secondary Education in Karachi (BSEK), made it mandatory for ninth grade students to possess ...
Right to Education & Emergence of a Digital Divide in Digital India

Right to Education & Emergence of a Digital Divide in Digital India

The recent statistical report presented by the National Statistical Organization (NSO) indicates the deteriorating ...
The Big Gap in Discrimination Law: Class and the Equality Act 2010

The Big Gap in Discrimination Law: Class and the Equality Act 2010

With growing awareness of classism as a form of discrimination, it is becoming harder to deny its place in the ...
Inside Hagia Sophia’s Ideological Conversion

Inside Hagia Sophia’s Ideological Conversion

Turkey’s conversion of the Hagia Sophia from a museum into a mosque in July this year has raised complex questions ...
The Unconstitutionality of the “Publication of Notice of Intended Marriage” clause under the Indian Special Marriage Act

The Unconstitutionality of the “Publication of Notice of Intended Marriage” clause under the Indian Special Marriage Act

The Special Marriage Act was enacted in 1954 to allow citizens of India to solemnize inter-faith and inter-caste ...
Is the prohibition and criminalisation of hate speech in South Africa constitutional?

Is the prohibition and criminalisation of hate speech in South Africa constitutional?

South Africa celebrates more than twenty years of democracy based on democratic values, social justice, and ...

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