Mario Alfaro Karen's sentence is one of the key precedents in the recognition of people belonging to LGBTI communities. Karen's story begins when in 1993 she married Jaime. Product of that marriage were born 3 daughters. In March of 2002, Karen and Jaime decided to separate, by common agreement they decided that Karen would keep … Continue reading Karen Atala’s case
Nicole Fraccaroli EKRE party, Estonian’s far-right conservative party, in the country's most recent parliamentary election had a surge in support, taking nearly 18% of the votes. This may be a victory for the party, but it merely represents a failure concerning many aspects, human rights on the front line. At least, what makes me claim … Continue reading #myestoniatoo
Mario Alfaro I can still remember when I was in high school, and I was wondering what my path in college would be. The people around me always told me that you should be a lawyer because I knew how to defend my point of view, and I was passionate about fighting for my ideals. … Continue reading From down under
Nicole Fraccaroli My grandfather always told me “be the change you want to see in the world” and I have always tried to make this quote mine. I have worked out a sort of great aspiration that characterizes me every day: the possibility to make the difference and this world a better place, where people … Continue reading Me, Myself and I.
Nuray Gündoğdu I have graduated from Law Faculty at University of Ankara in Turkey. During my bachelor education, I have involved in several projects and joined work groups about migration law, gender discrimination, human rights law, etc. I started to do my law internship at Ankara Bar Association, after graduation. In all this period, I … Continue reading Defence of human equality
Samar Elhussien October 1987, detention center in Egypt, my uncle visiting my dad who were detained few months before my birth. In a room filled with political prisoners talking with their families about hope, justice, love, unfairness, human rights and daily routine. My uncle finished his visit to dad filled with anger or may be … Continue reading A mere moment of revolution
Adelayo Banjo On February 19, 2018, Leah Sharibu amongst 110 other girls was kidnapped by Boko Haram Terrorist Group in Dapchi in the North Eastern part of Nigeria. After about thirty-one days in captivity, and upon the payment of an undisclosed sum of money by the Federal Government of Nigeria, 104 girls were released while … Continue reading IN HONOUR OF LEAH SHARIBU
Mario Alfaro Every March 8, since I can remember, I have realized the challenges of being a woman in a non-egalitarian society. This day the media has mostly used it to celebrate women for being "the most beautiful creation of God" or for being "a gift of nature", but this should not be the case. … Continue reading We are in this fight together