Nuray Gündoğdu Internet and the right of access to the internet is one of the most important and debated topics in the human rights area. Taking the power of internet as a supporting factor about access to information and improving democracy, as well as human rights and equality into account, it can be said that … Continue reading Internet Access As A Human Right
Nuray Gündoğdu The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) is a non-governmental human rights organization which was founded by 20 human rights organisations in 1922. It is the second oldest international human rights organisation after Anti-Slavery International in the world. The organization is federating 184 organisations in 112 countries now. The Federation defends the philosophy … Continue reading The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH)
Hello dear students of the University of Tartu! Once the team of Human Rights Blog is composed of Master students of International Law and Human Rights at the University of Tartu, we had the enthusiastic idea to organize a questionnaire which is meant to determine the extent of the knowledge and interest of the other … Continue reading Let’s do a questionnaire about Human Rights!
Cristina Snegur Human Rights, what do they actually mean? Is it only a legal term that lawyers operate with, or do they represent a philosophical manifestation of human values? Where and when do they begin and do they have an end? These were the questions that I had in mind for several years, and that … Continue reading Human Rights – The Core of the Humankind
Cristina Snegur The date of 8 of March in Moldova represents not only the celebration of the International Women's Day, but also Mother's Day. During my childhood, in kindergartens and schools the teachers and pupils organised small concerts dedicated to their mothers. This highlighted the importance of our mothers; that special feature of being not … Continue reading Women not only during one day of the year. We deserve appreciation every single day!