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Duped into being a drug mule

Iris Gonzales on how Mary Jane Veloso’s dreams of a new job turned into a death sentence.

Filed in: Drugs Law Migration Philippines

Dilemma of justice under Indian rule in Kashmir

Uzma Falak reports on a problem of powerlessness and the struggle against it.

Filed in: Human Rights India Kashmir Law

What justice, Mr Gove?

Scrapping the EU human rights act is high on the new Justice Secretary’s list of priorities, but it would be a disaster, says Neda Tehrani.

Filed in: Europe Human Rights Law Politics

‘This is a very serious matter. They will slaughter him’

Felicity Arbuthnot calls for the release of Uday al-Zaidi, a human rights activist imprisoned in Iraq.

Filed in: Activism Iraq Law Politics

How the system is failing asylum-seekers

James Nickerson reports on one woman’s desperate plight at Yarl’s Wood detention centre.

Filed in: England Law Refugees

Is the International Criminal Court racist?

David Hoile and Angela Mudukuti go head to head.

Filed in: Conflict Law Politics

Australian-born baby deemed illegal immigrant

Peter Mares reports on the controversial case of Baby Ferouz.

Filed in: Australia Children Law Migration

Law in a time of Ebola

The virus has changed everything – including what you can be arrested for. Simitie Lavaly and Sabrina Mahtani report.

Filed in: Health Law Sierra Leone Women

Egypt: amending the penal code, shattering civil society

NGOs, activists, journalists, filmmakers: all should fear the latest state crackdown, writes Chalaine Chang.

Filed in: Egypt Law Politics Society

Sudan’s commitment to freedom is a joke

Human rights abuses, such as the case of Meriam Ibrahim, keep piling up, says Nahla Mahmoud.

Filed in: Human Rights Law Religion Sudan

‘A peaceful, constructive riot’: how prison theatre is changing policy in Lebanon

Janey Stephenson meets those at centre stage of an artistic revolution.

Filed in: Crime Law Lebanon Prisons Social Change Women

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