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Human Rights Tag Archive

Is planting a tree really helpful?

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Elizabeth Meade debates whether planting a tree is really the best thing for the environment....

Tampon tax repeal shows the government finally cares

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Meg Howe on how the government decision to scrap the infamous tampon tax is a step in the right directions...

IWD2020: The ongoing fight for equality

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Emma McCartney shares how far feminism has to go on International Women's Day...

Newcastle University tackles racial discrimination and harassment

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Victoria Osho reports on Newcastle University's response to Racial Harassment report...

Has brain study crossed a line?

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Lilla Marshall reports on ethical issues that surround neurological studies...

Appalling conditions in UK prisons continue to worsen

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Joe Holloran & Elisabetta Pulcini examine the horendus conditions in UK prisons....

Human rights campaigners speak at Newcastle University

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Helen Byrne reports on the Amnesty International event...

A very European problem

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In December 2017, the Courier published articles on human rights in Turkey. Adnan Eren Can offers a rebuttal....

Human Rights: a cold Turkey?

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Since World War One and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey has set its roots firmly in secular values. Kemal Ataturk, the first president of the Turkish Republic in...

Peter Tatchell shares his experiences of protest

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Veteran human rights activist, Peter Tatchell, began his workshop by detailing his upbringing in Australia. Surrounded by an evangelical family, Tatchell was influenced by the...