Imagine an innovative Alternative Dispute Resolution proposal for international individual claims, offered as a solution, in the context of Business and Human Rights, to the lack of access to forums of the home country of a Corporation.Read More
Promoting the debate about a fair evaluation of merit should be an important task for the human rights movement since several demands from minority and historically excluded groups, such as access to higher education or affirmative action policies in employment, find opposition in nominally meritocratic arguments.Read More
The creativity evidenced by drug traders and consumers reminds us that prohibition got it all wrong by making “a drug-free world” its main objective.
Statistics are a good antidote to our prejudices. And if they are presented in a pedagogical way, and even in a fun way, they have a greater potential to question them.Read More
In Ecuador, Rafael Correa’s government muzzles critique and attacks satirists in an increasingly anti-democratic environment.Read More
The Colombian case shows the need for flexibility in balancing the duty to prosecute international crimes with the duty to negotiate an end to the civil war.Read More
Civil society pressure from the bottom-up, rather than top-down treaty obligations, is the only way to get governments to act on global warming.Read More