March 18, 2018

Politics, corporate interests, and climate change are intersecting within the changing demographics of an increasingly globalised world. Drought is beginning to pervade our world in unimaginable ways. How do these issues affect access to potable water worldwide? This discussion will delve into the implications for human rights, with focus on a Bolivian case study and the current Cape Town water crisis. 

Original air date: March...

November 10, 2017

The Rohingya have been described as the 'world's most persecuted minority'.

Fuelled by the recent outbreak of violence in August 2017, the humanitarian predicament in Myanmar is deteriorating at an unprecedented rate. This upsurge is not unusual. The reality is that this stateless population has been suffering for decades yet, before this year, their plight was largely underreported by the media. 

Who are the Rohingya? Wha...

October 8, 2017

Citing the need for stricter security practices following the murder of two Israeli Security Force (ISF) officers in occupied East Jerusalem in mid-July, the Israeli government ordered the installation of metal detectors and security cameras at the entrance of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound - the third holiest site in Islam - and barred the entrance of worshipers under the age of 50. What unfolded in the weeks following the...

October 1, 2014

Tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators have taken to the streets in Hong Kong after the Chinese government ruled that it would continue to limit, vet and pre-approve candidates eligible to stand in the region’s 2017 elections. 

Protests, organized by activist group “Occupy Central”, were due to commence on October 1st, but were pushed forward in support of students who forced entry into the main government compound on...

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