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.

Police Brutality: Shedding Light on the Prevalence of Illegality within the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Nigeria

So far, no one has been held accountable for the numerous crimes perpetrated by members of the now disbanded SARS unit.

Children’s Protection During Armed Conflict and the Criminal Responsibility of Child Soldiers

The case of child soldiers is a clear example of role reversals, where victims become perpetrators. In many cases, these children start as victims of war crimes and end up becoming offenders of similar crimes to the ones they suffered before.

Is Japan Setting a Devastating Precedent: Fukushima Water Discharge Plan and Gross Violation of Human Rights and International Laws

Japan has sparked a global debate with its recent announcement that it will begin releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean.

Venezuela: Proceedings at the International Criminal Court Will Play an Important Role in the Search for Accountability for Victims

Crimes denounced by prisoners and protesters in recent years have taken place in the context of numerous demonstrations against the government.