The Inter-American Court of Human Rights’ report on the Herzog Case: A reflection on the tortuous way for the right to memory and truth and on the absence of justice in Brazil

Aug 1st, 2018 | By

To convict the responsible state’s authorities for perpetrating human rights violations is extremely necessary for dealing with the past, overcoming the legacy of authoritarianism and strengthening democracy. Brazil has not addressed this challenge the best it should yet.  Lanaís de Castro gives us in her article an overview about the right to the truth and memory

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Human rights violations in the refugee and asylum seeker crisis in Israel

Jul 25th, 2018 | By

36,630 Asylum seekers are living in Israel, only eleven received a refugee status. With research, testimonies and interviews with asylum seekers from Eritrea, Noam Cohen gives us an overview about the life of asylum seekers in Israel: Detention centers, xenophobia and the threat of forced deportation.

Photography Competition: “Human Rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!”

Oct 26th, 2017 | By

Photography Competition: “Human Rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!” The Background The Nuremberg Center for Human Rights (Nürnberger Menschenrechtszentrum e.V. – NMRZ) advocates for human rights protection locally as well as nationally and internationally. In 2014 the photography competition “Human rights. My Rights. Your Rights. Triggered!” was created in order to commemorate the 25th anniversary

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