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Educate Children about their Human Rights

Ethical education for a child is necessary at school level. Despite the education about human rights carried out in schools worldwide, human ri...

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Agricultural Workers are the World’s Hungriest, says UN Expert

“Agricultural workers are among the worlds most hungry and are largely excluded from national legal protective frameworks”, the UN ...

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World Report 2018: A Call to Action more essential than A Cry of Despair

The Human Rights Watch publishes an annual World Report in which the human rights records of more than ninety c...

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Study Reveals Fall in Justice Globally

A recent study revealed that there has been a fall in people getting basic justice worldwide. The Read More

Nepal sets example on acceptance of Gender Diversity. Will India follow?

Nepal sets example on acceptance of Gender Diversity. Will India follow?A 40-year-old has made history, becoming Nepal's first transgender person to be issued with a marria...

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Parents Of LGBT Persons Hail Right To Privacy Judgement

The recent Supreme Court judgment on right to privacy has broughta ray of hope not only for the LGBTQ community, but also their parents. It has raised their anticipation th...

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No more ‘talaq, talaq, talaq’!

The Supreme Court on 22nd August 2017 struck down the Muslim practice of triple talaq, which allows men to instantly divorce their wives, as unconstitutional.

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Sneha Mathur, A New Role Model

In the early 1990s, at the then nascent MIFF (Mumbai International Festival for Documentary, Animation and Short Films), the package from Canada included a public interest ...

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Sleep Is A Fundamental Human Right, India’s Supreme Court Rules

Their reasoning is that it comes under the right to life, as to be able to live people need access to peaceful sleep.
Giving their judgement on Thursday, judges said &...

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India: Supreme Court Revisits “Sodomy” Law

India’s Supreme Court agreed on February 2, 2016, to hear an appeal of its2013 decision that upheld a discriminatory law criminalizing same-sex relations, Human Right...

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