The 2021 presidential election in The Gambia is expected to be peaceful and losing candidates are likely to accept the outcome.
Eight academics from across the world interviewed around 150 women about their stories of migration – revealing the threat many experience at every stage of their journey.
The Coalition has provided details of the third draft of its controversial bill.
A progressive government can and should take a principled approach to foreign policy. That means Canada’s Liberals must stop pitting good jobs at home against human rights abroad.
It has long been clear that some countries have drug policies that cause harm and violate human rights.
The focus on building democracy should be on more intermediary outcomes, which can serve as building blocks for longer term democratic renewal.
Court challenges over vaccine mandate exemptions have so far failed. But with fundamental human rights at the centre of the government’s emergency powers, is it time for purpose-built new law?
As the West contemplates how to engage with the increasingly brutal Taliban government in Afghanistan, the country’s people will suffer enormously.
First Nations leaders Pabai Pabai and Paul Kabai filed a landmark class action against the Australian government to protect communities in the Torres Strait from climate change.
With vaccine mandates kicking in next Monday, the Teaching Council code of professional responsibility offers a guide to handling staffroom divides – if it’s used with care.
Beijing 2022 is on track to be the most politically-charged games ever.
In order to effectively regulate data-intensive, privately held global infrastructure like Facebook, human rights needs to be a primary focal point.
The rate and scale of the destruction of Tigray’s healthcare system is severe.
Diverting water to a hydroelectric dam might seem eco-friendly, but the devastating consequences to local ecosystems cannot be ignored.
Olympians and Paralympians can uplift the voices of Celil’s family and supporters by calling for his release over the next four months. Academics, journalists and activists should join in solidarity.
The WHO estimates that only about 15% to 25% of those in need of assistive technology products in Africa have access to them.
Western methods of preserving history have excluded Indigenous stories. How can we include Indigenous narratives and their methods of maintaining history?
Rich nations need to provide far greater climate adaptation financing to low income countries and plug the holes that siphon their limited fiscal resources to tax havens.
Canada needs to overhaul its approach to addressing online harms if it wants to remain a human rights leader and champion of internet freedom.
In countries where the right to a healthy environment is part of domestic law, court decisions are already resulting in stronger climate action.