Tag Archives: Human rights

Better Understanding Child Soldiering so as to Prevent It

September 17, 2019

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African Soldier

Mark A. Drumbl and Jastine C. Barrett on the children associated with fighting forces around the world.

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Women in Law. Girl Least Likely 2.0

March 8, 2019

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” My influence as a young woman, and subsequently, has come from being curious, seeking knowledge, full of ideas that were solutions-oriented, and having the confidence to speak. My dominant characteristic is a sense of accountability; that we must act if things are going to change for the better.”

Susan Harris Rimmer is Associate Professor , Griffith University Law School, Australia

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Women in Law. Why I Write

March 6, 2019

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“Changes have occurred that perhaps are not quantifiable, but I see them”

Laura Carlson is Professor of Law at Stockholm University, Sweden.

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Women in Law. Inspiring Women

March 6, 2019

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“The entire human rights system we have is built on the foundation of human dignity, the idea that every person has equal worth”

Erin Daly is a Professor of Law at Delaware Law School, Dignity Rights Project, Delaware Law School (US)

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Expanding Rights in Hard Times: A Pragmatist Political Program

March 22, 2018

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iStock-140387494-paper_peopleAlison Brysk addresses the ever-expanding notion of human rights within the 21st century […]

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