by Aisha Bijlani - Barrister, Doctor. Dr Aisha Bijlani, of Indian origin, is the first UK barrister to have sued her workplace, 4 New Square, for race discrimination in 2008 and 2013, and the Bar Council for contempt of the Bar’s Code of Conduct. UK courts have been “party to improper conduct” each day since … Continue reading United Kingdom. Unlawful judges breach human rights of top London barrister
by Chrissy (Jackson) Sykes - Creator at My Body Is My Body Programme, Child Abuse Prevention, Member ISPCAN, GGA (United Kingdom) We all want our children to be well behaved when we leave them with babysitters, family and friends so...you may tell them You listen to the babysitter (friend or family member) You do everything they … Continue reading UNITED KINGDOM. Be careful what you say to a child before leaving them with anyone
Philomena O’Grady - Master of Criminological Studies (LaT), Master of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism (MQ), Master of International Security Studies (MQ) How many of these single parents have been victims of fraudulent practices - time for Govt to provide the statistics so that the public can have a discussion on this issue. Liberal … Continue reading AUSTRALIA. Incompetent and often corrupt bureaucrats
by Elena Botts - Lawyer for Human Rights Washington, District Of Columbia The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon the rights of foreigners. The presence of xenophobia is a disease unto society as it not only culminates in violence but systematically transgresses upon … Continue reading SOUTH AFRICA. Xenophobia
by Peter Stano – Journalist In September 2016, Wake Forest announced that the Koch Foundation had committed nearly $4 million in funding for the Institute over the next five years. ..Many liberal faculty members and student groups are now trying to “UnKoch” their campuses. But Wake Forest’s Faculty Senate resolution goes further. In addition to demanding that … Continue reading USA. The suffering of an American girl. “She was so naïve that she taught US as a fairy land”
On the International Women’s Day. Egyptian Women Struggle For Freedom Changes in the lives of Egyptian women occurred again following the coup of 3 July 2013, where once again Egyptian women had all their human rights violated, including the most sacred right, the right to life, in addition to torture in prisons, being dragged on asphalt … Continue reading EGYPT. Women’s Day. Egyptian Women Struggle For Freedom..
Threats to human rights. Reporting from a bureau in Quebec. Islamophobia and human rights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMgjgXaTMbw&t=25s Islamophobia. Threats to human rights. New investigative reporting from a new bureau in Quebec. Today, you can make a profound difference by empowering National Observer’s award-winning team to explore where and how rising fascism abroad, and rising incidence of hate … Continue reading CANADA. Human Rights. Investigative journalism. Islamophobia.
A commercial bank in Saudi Arabia appointing a woman as a CEO; a woman becoming the dean of a renowned medical college; women and men attending the recent Comic Con event in Jeddah; Women-only gymnasiums gaining traction; celebration of first ever Women's Day - Women in Saudi Arabia are well on their way to have … Continue reading SAUDI ARABIA. Women are Taking the Center Stage
The Costa Rican government has launched a study into the causes of chronic kidney disease in its sugarcane producing northern region. At the same time one of the country’s biggest sugar producers said it is revamping its worker health and safety policies. The steps follow an investigation by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists that explored … Continue reading Costa Rica to study kidney disease afflicting sugarcane workers