From: Douglas Hodgson, Faculty of Law, University of Western AustraliaTHE HUMAN RIGHT TO EDUCATION (Ashgate, Dartmouth (1998)) Chapter 13: International Co-Operation and Development International Co-operation Since its inception in 1945, the United Nations has recognised the necessity of "international co-operation … Read more . . .
Both arsonist and fire-fighter: the World Bank on school fees Comment by Katarina TomasevskiComment|Bretton Woods Project|23rd January 2006|update 49|url I was jostling with Kenyan families at Sarit textbook centre in August 2005. The beautiful and expensive school books made … Read more . . .
BADIL – Information & Discussion Brief Issue No.8 , January 2001 Palestinian Refugees and the Right of Return: An International Law Analysis Gail J. Boling BADIL-Briefs aim to support the Palestinian-Arab and international debate about strategies for promotion of Palestinian … Read more . . .
Bill C-35: Granting Diplomatic Immunity to State Terrorists By Richard Sanders, Coordinator, Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade. The Liberal government is quietly trying to pass a law that will extend diplomatic immunity to include foreign officials in Canada, even … Read more . . .
Date: 22 January 2004 Source: PEN Canada Person(s): Juliet O’NeillSTATEMENT ON RAIDS ON OTTAWA CITIZEN/JULIET O’NEILL PEN Canada condemns as outrageous the raids today conducted by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on the offices of the Ottawa Citizen and the … Read more . . .
OUTSOURCING TORTURE by JANE MAYER The secret history of America’s ‘extraordinary rendition’ program. Issue of 2005-02-14Posted 2005-02-07 On January 27th, President Bush, in an interview with the Times, assured the world that ‘torture is never acceptable, nor do we hand over people … Read more . . .
Connecticut Supreme Court rules malls can block free speech Posted by: Admin on Wednesday, July 21, 2004 – 06:00 AM GMT According to a July 20, 2004 Hartford Courant article (common registration login with L.A. Times and Chicago Tribune): In … Read more . . .
Various declarations and decisions by international bodies The violation of the right of freedom from hunger has been qualified as a threat to international pecae and security. (SCR resolution 794 of 3 dec. 1992 on Somalia) The Special Rapporteur on … Read more . . .
Documents: The right to education Report submitted by the Special Rapporteur on the right to education, Mr. Vernor Muñoz Villalobos … Read more . . .