Abortion Is a Right: Pursuing International Remedies for U.S. Human Rights Law Violations

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court decision and U.S. states regression on abortion access and criminalisation, international human rights law will be a crucial tool in regaining access to essential healthcare in the U.S.

The Use of Force and Human Rights in Social Protest: A Look at the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

The use of force carried out by law enforcement agencies in the context of protests in Latin America is continuously restricting peaceful demonstrations, criminalizing participants and threatening the fundamental values of democratic states.

Saakashvili’s Return to Georgia: Game Changer or a Vain Sacrifice?

The unexpected return and arrest of Georgia’s ex-president and a member of the current Ukrainian government Mikheil Saakashvili and its implications for Georgia’s political future.