Category: Human Rights

Rohingya Crisis: Humanity or Diplomatic Failure?

  In recent refugee influx and the acceptance by the Bangladesh government raised the question is Bangladesh gave shelter because of Humanity or the country failed to

Social Exclusion Creates Jihadists

Lone-rangers are becoming more and more dangerous in terms of jihad-ism and extremism. People who are excluded from family and society can be manipulated easily. And Global in

India: Bus Crash Killed At least 25 Schoolchildren

  At least 25 people were killed when a speeding bus fell into a canal in southern Indias Karnataka state. Official says vehicle fell into a canal state after driver l

Taiwan: Vote for Same Sex Marriage

  Uncertainty grips gay individuals in Taiwan as couple goes to the vote. A landmark court ruling left Taiwan set to become the primary country to legitimatise gay wed

Lesbos: Aid Project Unites Locals and Migrants

  Refugee camps are so congested and the living conditions are also very low maintained. Dutch humanitarian is on their new project to provide a little better shelter

UK: Wage Parity Shown on Equal Pay Day

Trafalgar square thumb the party as it promises to be the hottest party in town to celebrate the demand entitled “end of the gender pay gap”. But the crowd has to wait til

USA: Pittsburgh Shooting Left 11 Dead

  On Saturday Eleven people were killed and six wounded in a shooting at a synagogue in the Squirrel Hill neighbourhood of Pittsburgh. Donald Trump called the shooting

Saudi Arabia: Khashoggi Mourners Demand True Justice

Outside the Saudi consulate building in Istanbul friends and colleagues of the Saudi journalist, Jamal Khashoggi has resumed their vigil to mourn his death and demand those r

Sex Education and Porn

Porn is big business. It is estimated to be worth about US$25bn in annual profit and to account for 30% of all internet traffic. Even if we don’t watch it ourselves, porn de

UK: Children Being Denied the Basic Human Right to Clean Air

  UNICEF says UK’s Children are being denied their basic human right to breathe clean air and facing a long-term “health crisis” because of the toxic fumes they