Sushmita Choudhury

The writer is a Volunteer at Northern Settlement Services (Assisting migrants and refugees in Newcastle) Australia.

Farmers’ rights over seeds: The unsung song in Bangladesh

For the last few months, farmers in Bangladesh have been burning down the crops in the field.

Human Rights in the Wonderland

Human rights are neither gifts nor can be learnt overnight. From the dawn of civilisation, different communities nourished the human

Combating climate change impacts

While the climate change is already understood as an economic and environmental problem, the tendency to view this phenomenon through the lens of human rights implications has been little. Recently the trend has changed.

Forced labour: The law of the jungle!

A disproportionate amount of focus on sex trafficking draws the attention away from the countless male trafficked victims faced forced labour episodes whose we seldom meet as hawkers in the bustling street of a vibrant city selling newspapers or popcorns.

July 9, 2019
July 9, 2019

Farmers’ rights over seeds: The unsung song in Bangladesh

For the last few months, farmers in Bangladesh have been burning down the crops in the field.

May 23, 2018
May 23, 2018

Human Rights in the Wonderland

Human rights are neither gifts nor can be learnt overnight. From the dawn of civilisation, different communities nourished the human

September 5, 2017
September 5, 2017

Combating climate change impacts

While the climate change is already understood as an economic and environmental problem, the tendency to view this phenomenon through the lens of human rights implications has been little. Recently the trend has changed.

November 22, 2016
November 22, 2016

Forced labour: The law of the jungle!

A disproportionate amount of focus on sex trafficking draws the attention away from the countless male trafficked victims faced forced labour episodes whose we seldom meet as hawkers in the bustling street of a vibrant city selling newspapers or popcorns.

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