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The Plight of Domestic Workers in Brazil

On 31 January 2018, the Government of Brazil... More >>

Human Trafficking Survivor Harold D’Souza: “The Perpetrators are More Aggressive Than Ever”

By Anna Shen
NEW YORK, Oct 21 2020 - The fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic continues: as more people around the world lose their livelihoods, human trafficking is on the rise. Support services for survivors have been shut, and past gains to combat it have been... More >>

Enhanced Social Protection an Opportunity Asia Pacific Must Grasp

By Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana and Chihoko Asada Miyakawa
BANGKOK, Thailand, Oct 20 2020 - In the fight against COVID-19, success has so far been defined by responses in Asia and the Pacific. Many countries in our region have been hailed as reference points in... More >>

Questions Remain over Botswana’s Mass Elephant Deaths

The world was shocked by the unexplained deaths of hundreds of elephants across Botswana. While...<a href= More >>

Venezuela, Twitter, and Crimes Against Humanity

The United Nations Human Rights Council approved the renewal of the...<a href= More >>

Education: Act Now, Don’t Wait for the Bill

By Stefania Giannini
PARIS, Oct 20 2020 - School reopening doesn’t mean that education is back on course. For a start, schools remain closed in over 50 countries, affecting more than 800 million students. The poorest ones may never make it back to school,... More >>

Limited Liability: Profit Without Responsibility

By Jomo Kwame Sundaram
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Oct 20 2020 - Limited liability protection for shareholders in joint stock companies was introduced to encourage investments in them. However, it has encouraged irresponsibility, causing much harm while generating... More >>

A Long, Uneven and Uncertain Ascent

Thailand’s COVID-19 response cited as an example... More >>