On June 14th, Sarah Hegazy, a 30 years-old Egyptian queer activist, took her own life in Canada, where she moved out after being detained in Egypt. The news spread throughout mass media: three years ago, during Mashrou’ Leila’s concert, she waved the flag symbol of LGBT+ rights and movement, which was the cause of her painful detention that lasted three months.
With the Spirit of revolution in the air sparked by the murder of George Floyd in the United States, civilians all over the world are waking up to the injustices around them. Not to be left behind, while standing in solidarity with their brothers and sisters in the US, Kenyans are finally voicing their rage at their own system currently also being plagued by ghastly levels of violence at the hands of the Police.
28 anni fa, in Italia, veniva redatto l’articolo 41 bis dell’ordinamento penitenziario, per istituire un regime carcerario speciale. Tale provvedimento nasceva in risposta agli atti terroristici da parte di partiti politici e criminalità organizzata nell’Italia dei primi anni ’90.
Può questo regime assicurare la tutela ed il rispetto dei diritti umani dei detenuti?
Saudi Arabia has abolished the death penalty for minors. A small step in a country where many fundamental freedoms are still denied and the figure of Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman is increasingly central.
Sudan has recently been added to the list of countries that prohibit female genital mutilation. This harmful practice is forbidden in different regions of the world, with annexed conventions which recognise it as violation of human rights.
By Francesca Mele On August 5, 2019, the Indian government announced the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, which …
Por Beatriz Lasheras Mas La Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos ha cumplido 71 años esta semana. Un documento que la …