“I don’t even know whether he is still alive or not”: Enforced disappearances in Indonesia Author: Aldo Marchiano Kaligis “Until today, I still keep my son’s National Identity Card and his name on the Family Card. So how can I forget him? How can the government forget him?“ When I
Reflections on Ecological Civilization in China Author: Sifan Jiang Translated into Spanish by Silvana Gordillo González Ecological Civilization with Chinese Characteristics The philosophy of Ecological Civilization has deep cultural roots in China. There were already ideas of protecting viviparous and oviparous animals for sustainable use, as well as the law
While it may take a gargantuan effort, it is not far-fetched that ASEAN member-states can eventually find consensus on creating a regional human rights court. The incorporation of human rights provisions in the ASEAN Charter and the establishment of the AICHR are themselves strong indications that it is possible.
Selection of Poems from the ‘The Unfold Pinnacle’ – Part II Author: Basanta Kumar Kar Too Late This is the story about a seventeen years old malnourished tribal woman and a mother of a malnourished girl child from Tumrikasa, Manpur, Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, India. Rajnandgaon, a district that host many political
This article compares the 2020 Netflix movie Sergio with the 2008 biography that inspired it: Chasing the Flame: One Man’s Fight to Save the World, written by Samantha Power. Both tell the real-life story of Sergio Vieira de Mello, the Brazilian philosopher and UN diplomat who was the main target