Monthly Archives: November 2009
Peru has officially apologized to its citizens of African origin for centuries of “abuse, exclusion and discrimination”. It is not the first Latin American country to do so, but it went further in recognising that racist exclusion continues to this … Continue reading
To some, dignity is an innate and noble quality of humanity, for others it is either a meaningless notion or a complicating factor in human relationships. Mark Tully explores the meaning of dignity on BBC Radio’s Something Understood.
Tuesday, 1 december at 4:00 p.m Pufendorf Hall, Faculty of Law Free of charge Welcome address Board Member Jus Humanis Keynote Speaker 1 16:15-17:00 : Steven L. B. Jensen Project Manager, HIV/AIDS & Human Rights Danish Institute for Human Rights … Continue reading