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THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS AND COVID-19

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 18, Iss 31, Pp 21-35 (2021)

Abstract:The impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on human rights have been particularly severe for migrants around the world. This is due to the level of vulnerability migrants usually face, which increases in a context like this one. This unexpected event deman...

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"I’M A HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER"

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 69-73 (2020)

Abstract:What made you care about human rights and why should others? Through personal story telling, this article explores how social justice activists can use their own journeys and narratives to motivate and inspire others to involve themselves in the fight ...

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PROTECTION, SELF-CARE AND THE SAFETY OF HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 239-249 (2020)

Abstract:Threats against feminists, LGBTQI+ people and black women in their diversity are becoming increasingly evident. This violence exposes civil society´s lack of preparedness to handle the considerable risks to human rights work, in the current political s...

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“FOR ME, BEING A HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDER IS REWARDING, BUT IT IS ALSO AN ACT OF COURAGE”

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 35-41 (2020)

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THE INDIGENOUS GUARD AND THE DEFENCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 27-33 (2020)

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THE MINNESOTA METHOD FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CHANGE

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 251-267 (2020)

Abstract:Creating lasting and effective cultural, behavioral, individual, and societal change entails choices and decisions. Without proper understanding of what generates, inhibits, or disrupts change however we remain ill-equipped to support individuals, orga...

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WOMEN ACTIVISTS IN THE FIELD OF HUMAN RIGHTS AND BUSINESS

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 227-237 (2020)

Abstract:This article presents the views of two Latin American women who are Regional Representatives of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (or CIEDH for its acronym in Spanish) in the context of the debate on the impacts of business on human rights an...

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COVID-19, THE ECONOMY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 85-98 (2020)

Abstract:This article presents a series of reflections on the links between the economy and human rights in times of COVID-19. It argues that the economy and human rights are not incompatible and criticises “the economy first” approach that some governments are...

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A BLANKET FOR HUMAN RIGHTS DEFENDERS

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 17, Iss 30, Pp 145-149 (2020)

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WHEN HUMAN RIGHTS, NATIONAL IDENTITY, ETHNICITY, AND RELIGIOUS PERSECUTION COLLIDE

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Sur: International Journal on Human Rights, Vol 16, Iss 29, Pp 187-190 (2019)

Abstract:As it is difficult to ascertain who might be guilty of the thought crime of harboring feelings of East Turkistani national identity, Uyghurs and other ethnically-Turkic people in the region that China calls “Xinjiang" have been targeted on the basis of...

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