Day: October 19, 2020

A Fourth Generation Of Human Rights?

A Fourth Generation of Human Rights? Human rights are often taken for granted in day to day life in the western world, as they are enshrined in law and policy (for the most part). We often forget that Human rights have not always been guaranteed. In fact, what constitutes a

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History Repeated: Past Tensions Flare Between Armenia And Azerbaijan

Remnants of a conflict seemingly settled 26 years ago have flared up again this past week in the South Caucasus region. Azerbaijan and Armenia resumed conflict on September 27th, reviving long-existing tensions between the two previous Soviet republics. The current battle is concentrated on Nagorno-Karabakh: an Armenian ethnic enclave located

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Ethiopian Migrants Describe “Hell” Of Saudi Detention Camps

On October 2, 2020, Amnesty International released a report that detailed the conditions Ethiopian migrants experienced in Saudi detention camps, specifically within the Al-Dayer and Jizan camps. Amnesty International was able to interview 12 Ethiopian migrants within these Saudi detention camps from June to July of 2020 and verified the

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