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The CHRLP sought to build solidarity remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this important and personal piece, María Rodríguez contextualizes the groundbreaking decision by the Constitutional Court of Colombia legalizing abortion up to 24 weeks. In particular, the...
In this evocative piece, Luisa Castaneda-Quintana exposes the rampant criminalization and killing of Indigenous Peoples, particularly those who resist extractive projects and other economic...
La récente attaque raciste contre Jordan Subban s'inscrit dans une longue lignée d'attaques racistes similaires dans le monde du hockey professionnel.
Me Thermitus passe en revue les incidents notables de racisme anti-Noir rapportés par les médias en 2021, qui pourraient ne représenter que la pointe de l'iceberg.
In this timely piece, Frédéric Mégret and Kevin Jon Heller impress upon the international community of the urgent need to clearly and publicly remind Russia that, whether anyone gets prosecuted for...
LLM candidate Camille Boulianne raises concerns about the current fishery management model in the Mi'kma'ki in this open letter to the Department of Fisheries Minister.