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I’m not a runner. I can’t think of anything worse than deliberately choosing to go out to pound down a pavement in my running gear, crippled with a stitch, sweaty of groin, moist of brow, with that hot coppery sensation of burning lungs strugglin...

I don’t normally hype the translations I’ve been doing on side for Meduza’s English portal. I feel I don’t need to promote everything. But I wanted to draw readers to this recent translation I did of Katerina Gordeeva’s article “The busin...

Five judges sitting as the Supreme Court of Justice in Papua New Guinea have unanimously ruled that holding 905 asylum seekers at Manus Island detention centre is unconstitutional and a violation of their human rights.Excerpts from the full judgment:...

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By Mark Wadsworth on Apr 26, 2016 in: Human rights

Usual caveat, for me the EU is preferable to Westminster. Possibly it is a Scottish thing in that it's not much different having being 13/1 out voted by our rowdy southern cousins to being 27/1 outvoted in Europe over a policy that we would probably...

Excepts from an interview with President of the Australian Human Rights Commission, Professor Gillian Triggs, in The Saturday Paper on 23 April 2016:Ramona Koval Did you think it was going to be this hard when you started at...

From The Guardian:Norway has violated the human rights of other inmates by forcing them to share a wing with the rightwing extremist Anders Breivik, thereby exposing them to inhuman and degrading treatment during their imprisonment, a Norwe...

Incidents of alleged police brutality have spurred protests across Egypt are reaching a fever pitch. The post Egyptian Policeman Kills Over The Price Of A Cup Of Tea In Latest Incident Of Police Brutality appeared first on ThinkProgress.