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Advertising children is step too far

Is Australia breaching the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) by condoning the advertising of children? Barnardos Australia is advertising children for adoption on their webpage. 710 more words

Politics

Prof. Todres Quoted in ABA Article Calling for US to Ratify Convention on the Rights of the Child

With Somalia and South Sudan ratifying the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) in 2015, the United States is the last of the 197 United Nations member states that has not yet ratified the CRC. 275 more words

South Africa: customary marriage cannot justify rape

Many thanks to Godfrey Kangaude, LL.M. (UFS), LL.M. (UCLA), Executive Director of the Malawi Law Society and Co-Director of Nyale Institute for Sexual and Reproductive Health Governance, for writing a new African case summary for the forthcoming publication, … 344 more words

Decisions

Geneva (III), politicking and possibility for Syria’s invisible 43%

Updated and revised version of the original, cross-posted courtesy of the Oxford Human Rights Hub (February 17, 2016). 

2015 faded into the new year with a glimmer of hope for the people of Syria. 831 more words

International Human Rights Law

(Part II) Converging law, equivocation and delimits on the supposed inviolability of spaces of learning

As opined in the first part of this posting, an international humanitarian obligation to respect and ensure respect for the civilian character of spaces of learning may be inferred from existing treaty and customary law. 832 more words

International Human Rights Law

Enhancing the Role of Health Professionals for Adolescent Sexual Health and Rights in Africa

Congratulations to Godfrey Kangaude, LL.M. (UFS), LL.M. (UCLA), Executive Director of the Malawi Law Society and Co-Director of Nyale Institute for Sexual and Reproductive Health Governance, whose recently published article is now available online: 209 more words

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