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Dignity and Justice as Human Rights: Haiti's Prisons

Written by Courtney Joshua
In a country where violence, government oppression and natural disasters are common, it is not surprising to hear of the other array of international and domestic laws being violated in the region. Yet, many are surprised to hear of the depth of the issue within Haiti, regarding its prison and crimi Read More

Zero Tolerance Policy Still In Place

Written by Catie Lindsey
   Yesterday, June 20, 2018, (National Refugee Day) Donald Trump signed an executive order to stop separating families at the border. It was not even a band-aid, just Donald Trump slipping through one of his own loopholes which he provided for in his Zero Tolerance Policy. There is a very Read More

Trump Administration's Zero Tolerance Policy

Written by Catie Lindsey
     With humanitarian issues on the table, it has only been the last three days that CNN has felt the Zero Tolerance policy of the Trump administration newsworthy. On Friday, June 15, 2018, they were focusing on who did or did not interfere in the Trump presidential campaign. If t Read More

Nigerian Politicians

They come seeking for our votes, going so far as playing the humble and meek. They portray themselves as the very embodiment of honesty, loyalty and selfless service. They make massive promises, laying down their proposed agenda and plans for all to see. Their asset declaration statements are made p Read More

Child Marriage In Nigeria And How To Stop It

Written by Ojingiri Hannah
Child marriage in Nigeria has been an intense order of the day which is indisputable in one particular region of Nigeria. This act is mirrored vividly and immensely in the Northern part of Nigeria and probably the subsampled communities in Nigeria which age rate is known to be below 18 or hiterto wh Read More

Life, Liberty and Personal Security in Peru

Written by Courtney Joshua
Week Two: Addresses how the rights to life, liberty, and personal security are being violated increasingly over the year’s in Peru since the armed conflict that ended in 2000. It analyzes how police brutality has been at the forefront of this issue and touches on ways in which human rights Read More


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