‘To really change the world we have to change the way people see the world.’ The United Nations, as well as the International Committee of Red Cross, has sincerely initiated efforts to achieve international peace and global security. And success … Continue reading Chemical Attacks on Syria: a blot on Principles of International Law
Human rights are defined as entitlements that one acquires. Moreover, there is no definite definition as to what human rights are; as they can be described in various ways. Their definition can either be derived from various documents such as … Continue reading The universality of Human Rights and Hurdles thereto
We often say that there is gender inequality amongst men and women and that’s true. But what about the third gender that has been given a due recognition by Supreme Court of India. This so called third gender is not … Continue reading Homosexuals Too Have Rights – They are not demanding something ADDITIONAL!
This article is written by Pooja Ogale. Pooja is currently pursuing her LLM (Specialization in Constitutional and Administrative Law) from GNLU, Gujarat. We are in the era where people are more emphasising over the aspect of individual rights and … Continue reading The Need to Recognise and Confer Rights to LGBT Community: India