A Contrario ICL

A CONTRARIO, a blog devoted to research and writing on global justice issues, seeks to inspire discourse on various subjects related to international justice. Starting in September 2012, the A CONTRARIO team hopes to foster relationships within the international community by contributing meaningful engaging insight as a foundation.

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Qaila Sarwar The Uighurs It is estimated that just under one million people have been placed into what the Chinese Government have termed ‘re-education centres’, in order to ostensibly combat extremist views and religious-based terrorism. The Xinjiang Government and educational

Reuben Moses For two years in a row, Cameroon, beset by a civil armed conflict in the West and Boko Haram insurgency in the North, has topped the Norwegian Refugee Council’s (NRC) list of the “most neglected displacement crises in

Regina Paulose[1] In early January, young Rohingya children went outside of their homes in search of firewood. Four children tripped on a landmine and perished. The remaining children were severely injured. In 1997 the Mine Ban Convention (Ottawa Treaty) banned

ADETOKUNBO HUSSAIN INTRODUCTION The World Health Organization Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on 20 March 2020, revealed reports of more than 210,000 cases of COVID-19 and over 9,000 people deaths caused by COVID-19. Around the world, desperate measures have been adopted to tackle