Everything tagged with human-rights
Liberal explanations tend to approach globalisation with liberal democracies and economic growth (Scholte, 2005), where states protect and promote human rights, but illiberal democracies are rising in the globalised world …
On October 25, 2016 the European Parliament adopted a resolution which calls on the European Commission to establish a mechanism for safeguarding democracy, the rule of law and fundamental rights.[^EUDRF] …
June 27, 1969 marked an important turning point in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history when the patrons of Stonewall Inn - a popular gay bar in Manhattan's Greenwich Village …
The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery
24 October: 'Turn the World UN Blue'
Highlighting the human rights abuses that still exist in Europe today
Exclusion in education systems for girls
Five dimensions of exclusion
1 in 3 Women Worldwide Experience Violence
Allowed time off for fathers
The Biggest Annual pro-European Campaign aims to show solidarity with the Europeans of Belarus, and with Democracy in general.
France and its leading role against human rights abuse in the ex-colony of Central African Republic
André P DeBattista, a writer at OneEurope, and a citizen of Malta, wrote these passionate comments on the ongoing issues with migration through the Mediterranean. A big challenge for Europe, …
Press freedom remains one of the most important and reliable guarantees of human rights
The Nobel Peace Prize was unanimously awarded to the EU by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.