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1 Mar

Women and the Working Environment

The report examines the role of women in the working environment, focusing on academia and research, leading positions, gender pay gaps, and maternity rights. Women represent half of the world […]

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10 Feb

Right to Religious Freedom and Non-Discrimination of Queer People in the Inter-American Case Law

Queer rights in Latin America have seen significant advancements since the 1990s, with victories such as decriminalization and the legalization of same-sex marriage. However, conservative and religious groups have resisted […]

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1 Jun

LGBTQ+ Rights in Bangladesh

The LGBTQ+ community in Bangladesh faces numerous systemic injustices, including physical and sexual violence, low representation in political and administrative bodies, discrimination in employment policies, and lack of access to […]

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25 May

The Massive Incarceration Of Women In Brazil: A Cycle Of Violence And Exclusion

The global trend of female incarceration is increasing, with 740,000 women currently in prison, a 17% increase from 2010. This rise is attributed to policies criminalizing drug possession and punishing […]

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17 May

‘Ukrainians First’: Uncovering the Racism against African, South Asian & Middle-Eastern Refugees from Ukraine

The article highlights the discrimination and racism experienced by Global-South nationals fleeing Ukraine during the Russian invasion. African women were barred from trains, black and Asian refugees were violently pushed […]

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1 Mar

Research Report: Women’s Rights

Pregnancy discrimination occurs when pregnant women are not hired or fired due to their condition or intention to start a family. This discrimination is prohibited by Article 11.2 of the […]

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1 Mar

The Shadow Pandemic Femicide in Europe

Femicide, a serious and preventable pandemic, has grown exponentially alongside the COVID-19 pandemic. Femicide is defined as the murder of women because they are women, often perpetrated by men, but […]

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1 Jan

Anti-Asian Hate Crimes in the Covid-19 Era

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a rise in hate crimes against people of Asian descent, with most cases linked to the virus’s origins in Wuhan, China. Despite recent movements […]

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1 Nov

Gender Equality in Canada

Gender equality is a fundamental right in many nations, aiming to create a peaceful, prosperous, and sustainable world. It includes equal rights, responsibilities, and opportunities for all genders, including the […]

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11 May

All Equal for the Law in the United Arab Emirates? The LGBT Community

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a young federation with a diverse community, with 80% being migrant workers or expats from Pakistan to the US. The UAE’s culture is based […]

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