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HRLPR

Human Rights Law Blog is an initiative by the alumni and students of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. Through this platform, we desire to provide a space for exchange of knowledge and ideas on the brewing issues concerning Human Rights law and Humanitarian Law. The ultimate objective is to explore the area of Human Rights law by identifying niche issues and fostering academic discussions on the same. We encourage writings by academicians, legal practitioners and law students in order to accord a holistic understanding of the multi-faceted dimensions of human rights law. However, submissions are not restricted to the analysis of human rights alone. Authors are permitted to explore the interface of human rights with other domains of national as well as international laws.

Recent posts

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DEC 01, 2020

CONCERN ON THE KILLINGS IN INDONESIA
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NOV 30, 2020

SWISS VOTE ON FIRMS’ HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSE LIABILITY FAILED
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NOV 27, 2020

PAKISTAN FACES CRITICISM FROM MAJOR HUMAN RIGHTS GROUPS.
Distancing the Educational Sector

The pandemic struck a blow at the very core of the global education system, as it walks on a tightrope between offline and online classes. We busied ourselves proclaiming the internet as our make-believe panacea, refusing to observe how selective this cure is.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT AT WORKPLACE

Today, women working at workplaces are not safe. There are innumerable sexually harassing stories that women ignore in their everyday lives so that they don't become a hurdle in their jobs.

WILL EIA 2020 DAMAGE INDIA?

The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, after a trail of incidences like the Vishakhapatnam’s chemical plant gas leak, Assam’s Oil Well fire tragedy etc, made changes with the
process of EIA.

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