Day: June 23, 2020

Addressing The Reality Of Police Brutality In The U.K.

The murder of George Floyd by the Minnesota Police department on the 25th May 2020, sparked both nationwide and worldwide protests against racism and the ongoing crisis of police brutality. George Floyd’s tragic murder is tragically, and abhorrently, another example of how black people are failed by the very systems

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U.S. Protests Bring Brazil Racial Inequality To The Fore

U.S. protests trigger outcry about racial discrimination globally. Under this trend, being a country with enormous disparities among races, Brazil is criticised for violating black people’s human rights during the pandemic. The disproportionate death toll of black people is the most recent evidence of Brazil’s racial inequality. According to the

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Colombia Peace Update

Last week the National Liberation Army released 6 hostages to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in a rural area near the Venezuela border. The hostages included 2 Police officers aged 21-23, who had been held captive for more than three months, and 4 civilians according to reporting

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The Organization for World Peace