Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 4 | 2021

The Chilean government has undertaken a violative deportation process, putting a number of Venezuelan migrants and their family members at stake. The process offers no due process including the right to be heard and to present evidence.  Click to read more: Human Rights Watch Disruption in the already fragile social balance and position of women … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 4 | 2021

Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 3 | 2021

Argentina recognizes non-binary identities as The National Identity Document and Passports of Argentina will now include a third gender category allowing people to choose to be designated other than female or male. Click to Read More: Human Rights Watch Six French and International Human Rights organizations file a class action lawsuit against France after it … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 3 | 2021

Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 2 | 2021

Danish Siddiqui, an Indian photojournalist for Thomson Reuters has been killed in Afghanistan while at work.  Danish was reporting on the latest skirmishes between Afghan Special forces and Taliban while he got caught in an ambush on the convoy near a key border with Pakistan. Several state leaders and eminent personalities have mourned the loss … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | July | Week 2 | 2021

Comments on Rules on Live Streaming; Recording of Court Proceedings

We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the e-committee of the Hon’ble Supreme Court for the issuance of the Model Rules and would like to express our strong support for its implementation. We are certain that these rules shall prove to be a crucial step towards strengthening the principles of transparency and accountability … Continue reading Comments on Rules on Live Streaming; Recording of Court Proceedings

Human Rights Weekly Round-up | November | Week 4 | 2020

Human Rights Watch released the 100-page Cluster Munition Monitor 2020 report, stating that countries still using and producing cluster munitions should reject these indiscriminate weapons and join the international treaty banning them.  Click to Read - Human Rights Watch 120 UN member states voted in favor of a resolution in the Third Committee of the … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | November | Week 4 | 2020

Human Rights Weekly Round up – November – Week 2 – 2020

Per a recent report by Amnesty International - “Not a Private Matter”,  on the hidden but escalating problem of domestic and sexual violence against women in eastern Ukraine, survivors of domestic violence in eastern Ukraine are not able to seek protection for violence against them due to the government’s ineffective response. Click to Read - … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round up – November – Week 2 – 2020

Human Rights Weekly Round-up | November Week 1 | 2020

Vienna Terror Attack: The shooting began at 20:00 (19:00 GMT) on 2 November, when a heavily armed man opened fire on people in Vienna's popular nightlife area known as the Bermuda Triangle. The gunman was later identified as a 20-year-old “Islamist terrorist” who was released early from jail in December.  Click to Read: BBC Poland Abortion … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round-up | November Week 1 | 2020

Human Rights Weekly Round -up | September | Week 3 | 2020

A Delhi court sent former JNU student leader Umar Khalid, arrested under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), to police custody for ten days in a case related to the communal violence in northeast Delhi in February.  Click to Read - The Wire The Upper House of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) passed two contentious farm … Continue reading Human Rights Weekly Round -up | September | Week 3 | 2020

UYGHURS’ GENOCIDE: MADE IN CHINA

Re-education camps also known as Orwell’s brainwashing centres  Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) or East Turkistan, in the north-western part of China now enjoys harmony in the constant watch of Big Brother. On a deeper look, the region has established buildings known as De-extensification or Re-education camps for the purpose of controlling three evil forces that are Islamic extremism, Ethnic Separatism, … Continue reading UYGHURS’ GENOCIDE: MADE IN CHINA