GC Human Rights Preparedness

Rights of LGBTIQ+ Persons in Africa During COVID-19

Since the new wave of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in December 2019, many states around the world have taken drastic steps including lockdowns and quarantine to ensure minimal spread of the virus.

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The Video of Their Crimes: Protecting the Right to Record

The world is presently grappling with a pandemic that has restricted global travel. Now more than ever, as a human rights community, we are having to extensively rely on the capabilities of citizens to document the atrocities happening in their community to enable us to rise up in solidarity and demand justice.

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A Feminist Human Rights Preparedness for Pandemics and Other Emergencies

La humanidad es todavía algo que hay que humanizar: Humanity is still something to be humanised.

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Children Behind Bars in Times of COVID-19: Are Governments Prepared?

Since deprivation of liberty has a particularly severe impact on the physical and mental health and development of children, who are still in their formative years, the Convention on the Rights of the Child permits the detention of children only as a measure of last resort.

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Human Rights Community — Preparing for the Next Major Crisis

Eamon Gilmore, the EU Special Representative for Human Rights, welcomes GC Human Rights Preparedness as innovative, important and essential.

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Introducing GC Human Rights Preparedness

#BuildBackBetter is one of the hashtags from the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It speaks to hope, and to history too.

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