The evolution of the right to development in international law, from the post-WWII to present times
The right to development emerged from newly independent States and their claim for compensation for the damages caused by colonial rulers
Entrevista con Dra. Manuela Mesa
Entrevista con Dra. Manuela Mesa En esta edición de Ideas for Peace, te presentamos la entrevista que hicimos con la doctora Manuela Mesa en 2019. La Prof. Mesa es Co-Directora del Instituto Universitario sobre Derechos Humanos, Democracia, Cultura de Paz y no violencia (DEMOSPAZ) en la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid.
Why Donald Trump’s Refusal to Concede Undermines Democracy in Africa?
The refusal of Donald Trump to concede defeat to President-elected, Joe Biden undermines democracy and legitimizes dictatorship in Africa
Removing a Confederate Statue in St. Augustine, Florida
This article explores different group perceptions of history on identity and structural violence against the Black community in St. Augustine
La Palabra y la Paz
Antonio Bascones analiza la importancia de las palabras para la construcción de discursos que promuevan la paz y la tolerancia
The Rhino Wars and Alternatives in South Africa
A conflict-analysis perspective of the dehorning process as a protection mechanism of rihnos in South Africa
The evolution of the right to development in international law, from the post-WWII to present times
Entrevista con Dra. Manuela Mesa
Why Donald Trump’s Refusal to Concede Undermines Democracy in Africa?
Removing a Confederate Statue in St. Augustine, Florida
La Palabra y la Paz
The Rhino Wars and Alternatives in South Africa
Ideas from Peace from Dr. Lesya Sabada
Environment and Development in Northern Portugal: The Conflicting Equation
Operationalizing SDG’s through Legally Binding Instrument on Right to Development
Post Conflict Restructuring: Syrian Women Refugees
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