The phenomenon of the Child Soldiers between International Law, UN Humanitarian Action and State responsibility. In memory of Samuel Opiyo Author: Elianna Baldi We worked in Central African Republic (CAR) from 2011 to 2019. In 2016 we met a Ugandan boy, Samuel Opiyo, who escaped from the Lord’s Resistance Army
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
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
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.
This is the 15 publication of the Ideas for Peace Series "Towards a Legally Binding Instrument on the Right to Development" it was written by Dr. Mihir Kanade and it seeks to explain the overall context for the adoption of an international biding treaty to ensure this right
Transitional justice for Mali: The impasse? Author: Odette Pires Translated into Spanish by Florencia Prieto For eight years now, Mali has been a scene of a series of armed conflicts involving multiple local, regional, and international actors that are getting more and more entangled in a dead end. Important stakeholders