The Death Penalty: A Case Study of State-Funded Slaughter

In the UK, the death penalty was banned in 1965. Now a distant memory of a more brutal past, it rightly remains relegated to the pages of history books. However, in many countries across the world, including the United States of America - a nation that prides itself on its supposed forward-thinking nature – capital... Continue Reading →


A Turning Point for Human Rights in India?

The recent rape incident in New Delhi that caught the headlines worldwide really brought home the fact that women are extremely vulnerable in India. Over the last four years I have considered India to be a second home to me, spending all of my summers there. I have always been aware of the dangers women... Continue Reading →

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