March 30, 2019

ISIS and the Crimes Against the Yazidi Group. “When ISIS attacked Sinjar, they came to destroy”.

– The Federal Lawyer, November Issue 2019 –  Nadia Murad won the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize. is a 25 years old Yazidi woman who was captured by […]
December 18, 2018

The 2018 UN Prize in the Field of Human Rights

December 18, 2018
December 17, 2018

Global Compact for Migration

December 17, 2018
December 7, 2018

70 Years of the Genocide Convention

December 7, 2018
December 1, 2018

Women and Justice in Southeast Asia. The Case of Thailand

– The Federal Lawyer, December Issue 2018 –  The promotion of access to Justice (A2J) in respect of human rights violations and abuses is a prerequisite for […]
November 20, 2018

Women’s Human Rights Summit

- 20/22 November 2018, Lisbon, Lisbon University Law School -
November 16, 2018

News from UNAKRT – Life Imprisonment in Case 002/02

November 16, 2018
September 13, 2018

Women’s Human Rights – The Plight of the Migrant Domestic Violence Victim, Federal Bar Association Annual Meeting and Convention

- 13/15 September 2018, New York Marriott Downtown (NY) - 
September 3, 2018

Myanmar: Violence against the Rohingya Population. The Importance of the Evidence.

– The Federal Lawyer, September Issue 2018 – The number of Rohingya victims is uncertain: estimates range between 400 and 6,700, but the categorization of the […]
August 22, 2018

67th DPI/NGO Conference

- 22/23 August 2018, New York, United Nations Headquarters -
May 3, 2018

The Importance of Evidence in Myanmar

– Fordham International Law Journal. May 2018 –  What is the correct word to contextualize the acts of Myanmar against the Rohingya population? Is it genocide? […]
March 26, 2018

Labor Rights in Cambodia and Female Construction Workers

– The Federal Lawyer, March Issue 2018 –  Cambodia is a country in transition as a result of three decades of internal violence encompassing three critical periods: […]