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Human Rights

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Domestic Workers And Days Off: Faith And Flexibility, Not Micromanagement, Needed

I think it is unnecessary for laws or regulations to be defined to address the smallest of details; in fact, such introductions could potentially heighten the propensity for micromanagement, and increase the possibility of spontaneous conflict between workers and employers. Enforced, pedantic adherence to these stipulations could also make interactions or conversations more awkward, because many employers do view the worker as a member of the family. Continue reading

Iraq’s Reconstruction: Can The United Nations Lend A Useful Helping Hand?

However, he has failed to highlight the lamentable lack of international awareness, and that endeavours by the United Nations (UN) – unfortunately – has been lacklustre at best. Continue reading

Collective Resolve Imperative For The Global Eradication Of Sexual Violence

Ad-hoc undertakings by individuals, celebrities and non-government organisations provide much-needed assistance through the providence of manpower and resources; unfortunately, these efforts fail to keep pace with the disproportionate increase or spread in the number of sexual transgressions, and the status quo has proven to be woefully unsustainable. Continue reading

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