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Human Rights

Duhaime's LawMag

The world's first online legal magazine, demystified significant law and justice events around the world, published from 1996 to 2014.

01
Jan 2013
Voyage of the Damned, Circa 2013

Voyage of the Damned, Circa 2013

The horrific plight of thousands of fellow human beings - Eritrean refugees - on the Sinai desert - children and women among them - is apparently completely out of the reach of law.

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05
Apr 2013
North Dakota Abortion Law Stirs Hornet Nest

North Dakota Abortion Law Stirs Hornet Nest

North Dakota enters God territory, throws gas on explosive abortion debate.

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16
Nov 2012
A Mestizo Among Us

A Mestizo Among Us

I'm coming out. I'm a mestizo.

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08
Nov 2008

Sisters In Law

Not so long ago, those with legal power (men) thought that giving women license to practice law would harm the 'natural and proper timidity and delicacy which belongs to the female sex'.

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12
May 2012
In Extremis Justice: The Baby Joseph Tragedy

In Extremis Justice: The Baby Joseph Tragedy

Morality, right-to-life, law, justice and money all collide in this perfect storm.

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02
Apr 2009

Deadly Anachronism: Back To The Afghan Future?

Bad law can be quaint and amusing except when the strong, rank odor is new and deadly to women.

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30
Apr 2009

Fritz Haber: War Criminal

Because the concept of private liability for war crimes was only developing, Fritz Haber was never prosecuted for war crimes.

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26
Apr 2010

Muslim Law in the Doldrums

Muslim law jurists despise reform on religious grounds. In the legal doldrums that creates, the ancient law gives its love to men.

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14
Jun 2013
Active Euthanasia Law Lands in Canada

Active Euthanasia Law Lands in Canada

Quebec grabs the attention of legal thinkers by tabling a proposed law that would legalize active euthanasia.

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05
Jul 2007

Sark the Lark: Bon Débarras.

The UK Island of Sark, and its quaint one-of-a-kind feudal legal system, reels from a human rights legal assault.

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