Who is killing unionists in the Philippines?

Who is killing unionists in the Philippines?

By Ben Goldson Duterte claims to be fighting crime. But it appears that unionists are being killed with virtual impunity in the Philippines. In 1975, workers at the La Tondena brewery in Manila walked off the job, defying Ferdinand Marcos halfway through the two...
The loss of personhood: Identity in refugee camps

The loss of personhood: Identity in refugee camps

By India-Mae Osborne India-Mae Osborne looks at the harrowing and dehumanising experiences of migrants, refugees, and asylum-seekers in the displaced persons camp system. When war erupted between Russia and Georgia in 2008, an estimated 150,000 refugees fled, many...
Is protecting heritage a human right?

Is protecting heritage a human right?

By George Nicholas Is protecting heritage a human right? George Nicholas looks into the responsibilities and concerns about the political, ethical and social dimensions of archaeological research and heritage management. Technological advancements in archaeology in...
Why is Aung San Suu Kyi jailing journalists?

Why is Aung San Suu Kyi jailing journalists?

By Andrew Fagan As Myanmar sends journalists to jail, the pressure is mounting on Aung San Suu Kyi. The government of Myanmar and its de facto head, Nobel peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, are facing renewed international condemnation after two Reuters journalists, Wa...
Why do human rights campaigns fail in China? ▶

Why do human rights campaigns fail in China? ▶

Why have so many human rights campaigns, such as Free Tibet and the Falun Gong, failed in China? Why have others, such as better environmental protection and HIV/Aids care, fared better? What have the costs been on political movements with the more successful...
Q+A: Why do human rights campaigns fail in China?

Q+A: Why do human rights campaigns fail in China?

Why have so many human rights campaigns, such as Free Tibet and the Falun Gong, failed in China? Why have others, such as better environmental protection and HIV/Aids care, fared better? What have the costs been on political movements with the more successful...