Category Archives: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Two ways we can change the world

Real opportunities to change the world don’t come around very often. Then suddenly, two come along at once. In April, government officials will meet to discuss our private lives. Their distant decisions could translate into harsh realities – see our … Continue reading

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Our final Blog Action Day favourite: Human rights and mental health in India

Mental illnesses are the stuff that stigma is made of, and patients’ human rights are often violated, says Sakshi Nanda. This is the third and last of our favourite blog posts tweeted to @AmnestyOnline on Blog Action Day 2013, when … Continue reading

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