Posts Tagged: humanrights

How Fifa and the 2014 World Cup Expanded Poverty in Brazil

“Brazil World Cup: FIfa and business miss an open goal for human rights” – Phil Bloomer and Julia Mello Nieva. 13 June 2014    Click here for original text “FIFA is recognized as one of the world’s wealthiest sporting associations.”

How Fifa and the 2014 World Cup Expanded Poverty in Brazil

“Brazil World Cup: FIfa and business miss an open goal for human rights” – Phil Bloomer and Julia Mello Nieva. 13 June 2014    Click here for original text “FIFA is recognized as one of the world’s wealthiest sporting associations.”

Colombia: Top Brass Linked to Extrajudicial Executions

Human Rights Watch, “Colombia: Top Brass Linked to Extrajudicial Executions,” Human Rights Watch (June 24, 2015). Link to the original article The article is based off of a Human Rights Watch report recently released that claims to contain newly found evidence

Colombia: Top Brass Linked to Extrajudicial Executions

Human Rights Watch, “Colombia: Top Brass Linked to Extrajudicial Executions,” Human Rights Watch (June 24, 2015). Link to the original article The article is based off of a Human Rights Watch report recently released that claims to contain newly found evidence

Blog Post Prompt & Sample post – The Roots of La Sentencia

Blog Post Assignment Due on Monday 6/29: Warm up for Dossier Elizabeth Mahony and Rachel Nolan, “The Roots of La Sentencia,” Jacobin Magazine online (June 20, 2015) Click here to see full interview [Text of annotation goes here] [This is the image

Blog Post Prompt & Sample post – The Roots of La Sentencia

Blog Post Assignment Due on Monday 6/29: Warm up for Dossier Elizabeth Mahony and Rachel Nolan, “The Roots of La Sentencia,” Jacobin Magazine online (June 20, 2015) Click here to see full interview [Text of annotation goes here] [This is the image

Venezuela’s Presidencies: A Legacy of Repressing Human Rights Defenders

1 Introduction In the wake of the Caracazo 2014 violent protests in Venezuela, which occurred from February through March, over 3,000 people were arrested and another 43 died.[1] With this tragedy, the international community began to recognize the dire political

Venezuela’s Presidencies: A Legacy of Repressing Human Rights Defenders

1 Introduction In the wake of the Caracazo 2014 violent protests in Venezuela, which occurred from February through March, over 3,000 people were arrested and another 43 died.[1] With this tragedy, the international community began to recognize the dire political

The Honduran Coup of 2009 and Its Impact On Human Rights

Honduras and its relationship to human rights is a product of the rest of the world’s progress. This country in Latin America has never held a space of predominant attention due to the western world’s domination of the international spheres.

The Honduran Coup of 2009 and Its Impact On Human Rights

Honduras and its relationship to human rights is a product of the rest of the world’s progress. This country in Latin America has never held a space of predominant attention due to the western world’s domination of the international spheres.

Children, Migration and Human Rights: The Case of the Mexican Border Children – Group 1 Human Rights Dossier

Human Rights Dossier Group 1: Sarah Johnston, Corey Cruise and Sara Phelps In the summer of 2014, 68,000 unaccompanied child migrants from Central America, primarily from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, arrived at the U.S.-Mexico Border fleeing violent and impoverished

Children, Migration and Human Rights: The Case of the Mexican Border Children – Group 1 Human Rights Dossier

Human Rights Dossier Group 1: Sarah Johnston, Corey Cruise and Sara Phelps In the summer of 2014, 68,000 unaccompanied child migrants from Central America, primarily from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, arrived at the U.S.-Mexico Border fleeing violent and impoverished

Kids of the Street “Domínguez, Mario, Martha Romero, and Griselda Paul. “Los “Niños Callejeros”: Una vision de sí mismos vinculada al uso de las drogas.” Salud Mental 23, no. 3 (2000): 20-28.”

“Ninos de la calle” “Kids of the street” these are street kids that reside in the streets due to social conditions that prevail in Mexico City. This work is an approximation to the living conditions that these kids go through

Kids of the Street “Domínguez, Mario, Martha Romero, and Griselda Paul. “Los “Niños Callejeros”: Una vision de sí mismos vinculada al uso de las drogas.” Salud Mental 23, no. 3 (2000): 20-28.”

“Ninos de la calle” “Kids of the street” these are street kids that reside in the streets due to social conditions that prevail in Mexico City. This work is an approximation to the living conditions that these kids go through