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Non-Refoulement of Uyghur Prisoners in India

Non-Refoulement of Uyghur Prisoners in India

Although India is not party to the 1951 United Nations Convention on the Rights of Refugees, this does not preclude it from its Principle of Non-Refoulement, or prohibition of refoulement,...
India’s Women’s Reservation Bill: Breaking the Political Glass Ceiling

India’s Women’s Reservation Bill: Breaking the Political Glass Ceiling

India’s social fabric is complex and diverse, and women’s ability to realise substantive equality in this environment has long been of concern to advocates for social justice. In particular, the...
Negocios y derechos humanos: “El primer informe de Asesoría Jurídica del mundo” establece las responsabilidades legales internacionales en las instituciones de trasplante médico y sus profesionales para evitar la posible complicidad en atrocidades masivas ocultas

Negocios y derechos humanos: “El primer informe de Asesoría Jurídica del mundo” establece las responsabilidades legales internacionales en las instituciones de trasplante médico y sus profesionales para evitar la posible complicidad en atrocidades masivas ocultas

Descripción de la imagen: Cirujanos y enfermeras en un quirófano durante un procedimiento El tráfico de órganos, la sustracción forzada de órganos y el trasplante de órganos no ético son...
Les entreprises et les droits de l’Homme : « World-first Legal Advisory Report » détermine les responsabilités juridiques internationales des institutions de transplantation médicale et de leurs professionnels pour éviter une éventuelle complicité dans des atrocités de masse cachées

Les entreprises et les droits de l’Homme : « World-first Legal Advisory Report » détermine les responsabilités juridiques internationales des institutions de transplantation médicale et de leurs professionnels pour éviter une éventuelle complicité dans des atrocités de masse cachées

Description de l’image : Chirurgiens et infirmières photographiés dans une salle d’opération lors d’une intervention Le trafic d’organes, les prélèvements forcés d’organes et les transplantations d’organes non éthiques sont des...
International Legal Responsibilities of Medical Transplantation Institutions

International Legal Responsibilities of Medical Transplantation Institutions

Image description: Surgeons and nurses pictured in an operating theatre during a procedure Organ trafficking, forced organ harvesting and unethical organ transplantation are global issues. A worldwide shortage of organs...
“I Can Hear Another Ambulance”: The Rise of Exponential Inequalities During COVID-19 (Episode 1)

“I Can Hear Another Ambulance”: The Rise of Exponential Inequalities During COVID-19 (Episode 1)

Human rights experts tell stories of inequalities from around the world, revealing how these inequalities have been exacerbated during crises like the COVID-19 pandemic. This is Episode One of a...
Contaminated Supply Chains and Clean Energy in China

Contaminated Supply Chains and Clean Energy in China

Image description: A picture of solar panels in a field, against the backdrop of mountains. As China is a substantial producer of solar energy today, recent allegations of forced labor...
Multinational Corporations Owe Responsibility Towards the Forced Labour of Uyghurs in China

Multinational Corporations Owe Responsibility Towards the Forced Labour of Uyghurs in China

US President Joe Biden recently signed into law the Uyghur Forced Labour Prevention Act which will ban goods wholly or partially produced in China’s Xinjiang province because of the ongoing...
The Risk of Genocide Requires Action, Not Denial

The Risk of Genocide Requires Action, Not Denial

As the world awakes to the atrocities against the Uyghurs, the question of genocide has arisen. As often happens, denial and obfuscation has begun to sow doubt over the facts...
Xinjiang Cotton and Corporate Criminal Liability under Hong Kong’s National Security Law

Xinjiang Cotton and Corporate Criminal Liability under Hong Kong’s National Security Law

In recent months, rights experts have voiced increasing concern over reports of widespread human rights abuses and forced labour in Xinjiang. In turn, foreign governments have imposed economic sanctions on...
National Security and Constitutional Rights: Recent Developments in Hong Kong

National Security and Constitutional Rights: Recent Developments in Hong Kong

The Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (the “Law”) aims to safeguard national security by criminalising activities capable...
All Eyes on Hong Kong: China’s New Security Law and Rising Rights Concerns

All Eyes on Hong Kong: China’s New Security Law and Rising Rights Concerns

China is all set to impose a new National Security Legislation in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) which will “prevent, stop and punish acts and activities endangering national...

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