Genocide as the Reorganisation of Collective Identities

It was a fantastic although rather chilling talk by Daniel Feierstein that I attended on Thursday last week at SOAS University. The Argentinian Professor, estimed holder of a Ph.D in Social Sciences and Director of Genocide Studies at the University of Buenos Aires, attempted to demonstrate in which ways genocide, much beyond an instrument of death and … More Genocide as the Reorganisation of Collective Identities

Deciphering the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

As an aspiring Human Rights lawyer, I thought that as a first personal exercise and I would study the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and see where I think articles correspond to rights that I intuitively believe have the need to be declared and protected and where I think articles do not. A first reading of … More Deciphering the Universal Declaration of Human Rights