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Conditions in Greece camps are not enough to fight against the covid-19 pandemic

Verónica Delgado – GHRD, September 2020 The Greek Government must act immediately to protect the human rights of refugees. Refugees ‘lives and well-being have been threatened because of the dangerously overcrowded camps’ conditions, but also because there are not enough measures addressed to prevent and mitigate the adverse effects of the COVID-19. In Greece, the… Continue reading Conditions in Greece camps are not enough to fight against the covid-19 pandemic

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Discrimination of Shincheonji members during the Covid-19 pandemic

Looking for scapegoats is historically common in times of epidemics. Unsurprisingly, during the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic, unpopular religious minorities around the world have found themselves accused of spreading the virus through their activities. South Korea provides a vivid example of how public health emergencies can increase the risks for religious groups.  The discrimination faced by… Continue reading Discrimination of Shincheonji members during the Covid-19 pandemic

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Minorities deprived from their fundamental rights in Malaysia

‘’ The Unit Pusat University (UPU) announced the Public University intake results for the academic year 20-21 on the 19th of August 2020 and once again people came face to face with the glaring truth that the minority Indian community has encore been denied of its educational rights specially when it comes to choosing a good… Continue reading Minorities deprived from their fundamental rights in Malaysia