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Who Wants Some Fundamental Rights?

“Everyone is born with the same rights as the white male…there should be fundamental rights for everyone, something society is not doing.” – Sarah Frei, University of Oregon student. 575 more words


Started to work in the FRAME FP7 project

FRAME is a large-scale, collaborative research project funded under the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) coordinated by the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies and conducted by 19 research institutes from around the world. 47 more words
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Roasting Free Speech !

“Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph” has been brilliantly expressed by Haile Selassie. 963 more words


Day 12 - Explained: ‘Freedom’ to express oneself, but within limits

French weekly Charlie Hebdo’s defiance in publishing a cartoon depicting the Prophet following a deadly attack in Paris by terrorists, and Tamil author P Murugan’s decision to withdraw his works following protests have reignited the debate on freedom of expression, both at home and away. 594 more words


Modian Party should develop intellectual ability instead of attacking authors like Murugan

Subhas Chandra Pattanayak

Modian hounds are attacking Tamil Nadu’s acclaimed author Perumal Murugan, whose book ‘Madhorubagan’ has earned tremendous appreciation in the world of letters. But instead of protecting him and freedom of expression, the administration has advised him to stay away from Tiruchengode for his own safety. 209 more words


President FATA Lawyers Forum opposes Military Courts

Sabih Ul Hussnain

Published in The Frontier Post on January 3, 2015

President of FATA Lawyers’ Forum Ijaz Khan Mohmand has opposed the establishment of military courts saying that it is a violation of fundamental rights of citizens and its foundation after the Pakistan Protection Ordinance is a direct warning to democracy. 235 more words

Is right to health should be a fundamental right in India

India is third largest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power parity but what about the position of the India in healthcare access to its citizens? 772 more words

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