Human Rights in AI Facial Recognition
Human Rights in AI Facial Recognition: a look into China’s abuse of AI technology Author: Caroline Adams AI Facial Recognition AI Facial Recognition has become one of the most controversial topics in the digital era. It is a successful tool and measure in biometrical technological advances. However, it has ethical
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The Internet as an Intensified Avenue for Violence Against Women in Pandemic Times
The Internet as an Intensified Avenue for Violence Against Women in Pandemic Times: An Exploration Author: Louisa Andrews In 2015, a 29-year-old Australian man named Chris Hall screenshotted a selfie that Olivia Melville posted on her Tinder profile (Lattouf, 2016). The photograph had a suggestive caption taken from a song
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Analysis of the Right to Self-Determination
Analysis of the Right to Self-Determination Author: Tyler Troyer Translated into Spanish by Gilma Cristina Sánchez Cossio Introduction The right to self-determination is an inalienable group right for all people to decide their political status, economic development, and social and cultural values. This right is enshrined in the United Nations
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THE SITUATION OF THE RUSSIAN POPULATION IN LATVIA
THE SITUATION OF THE RUSSIAN POPULATION IN LATVIA. A HISTORICAL SUMMARY FROM THE PERSPECTIVE FROM THE DOMESTIC POLITICS TO THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LEGISLATION Author:  Juan F. Dávila y Verdin, FRSA Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González Introduction Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted in
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Human Rights of Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Focus on Detention
Human Rights of Unaccompanied Migrant Children: Focus on Detention Author: Nathalie de Larminat Translated into Spanish by Florencia Prieto Introduction The Rights of the Child, which for the first time identifies children as independent individual subjects of international law, is a new concept. It is only in 1989 that the
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Historia política de Centroamérica: una lucha incesante
Historia política de Centroamérica: una lucha incesante Autor: José Alberto Umaña Salguero Los países centroamericanos se caracterizan por ser los que menos extensión territorial poseen en el continente americano, y a su vez, por haber recorrido un pasado colonial común. Belice, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica y Panamá
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Seguridad de Mujeres Periodistas – Reporte
Lanzamiento reporte “Seguridad de Mujeres Periodistas en El Salvador, Honduras y Nicaragua 2021” El 09 de diciembre, Mariateresa Garrido, editora de este sitio y coordinadora del estudio “Seguridad de Mujeres Periodistas en El Salvador, Honduras y Nicaragua 2021”, presentó los resultados comparados de la investigación realizada entre Julio y Agosto
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Guía para el tratamiento periodístico libre de discriminación y xenofobia
Guía para el tratamiento periodístico libre de discriminación y xenofobia contra la comunidad asiática Autores y autoras: Matías Mora, Hellen Castillo, Ruben F. Román García, Andrea Solano Ulloa, Eledith Díaz Jiménez Traducido al inglés por Leah Ann Durst-Lee En los últimos años y más concretamente a raíz de la pandemia
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Opposition to US Platform Workers’ Rights and A Way Forward
Opposition to US Platform Workers’ Rights and A Way Forward Author: Ekeoma Ugo Ezeh Translated into Spanish by the author Over the past decade, work based on digital platforms has become increasingly popular around the world. Particularly in the United States, passenger transport and food and grocery delivery apps such
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Responding COVID-19 Requires Accountable and Responsive Actions
Responding COVID-19 Requires Accountable and Responsive Actions Auhors: Neetu Pokharel and Som Prasad Niroula Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González Background: The COVID-19 has posed the unprecedented global health crisis including Nepal, that has also been pushing us into fear and anxiety. The coronavirus has spread almost all geographical units
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