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Victims or Empowered Citizens: Moving Beyond the Traditional Humanitarian Aid Model

This post was written by Shonali Banerjee, Doctoral Candidate in International Development, University of Sussex.  As global humanitarian crises get broader, more complicated and more urgent, it’s critical to evaluate the current aid models and how they might be improved.

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Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Climate of Conflict

by Allana Boateng – BA Politics & International Relations, University of Sussex The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD’s) exist in 149 countries and affect over 1 billion people. The WHO has made significant progress in

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Posted in Anthropology, Global Health, migration

Union Revitalisation and Women Workers at the Intersection of Gender and Class

This post is by Hannah Loosley completed the MA in the Social Anthropology of the Global Economy at the University of Sussex in 2017. Women working in care, catering, cleaning, cashier and clerical jobs (the 5 Cs) have long been neglected in trade

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Posted in Anthropology, Economy, Gender

“Stop Abortion” in Poland: Is the Polish Legislation to Become Even More Restrictive?

This post is by Katarzyna Wazynska-Finck is a PhD candidate in the Law Department, European University Institute. The legal regulation of access to termination of pregnancy currently in force in Poland is one of the most repressive in Europe. Abortion care is

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Posted in Global Health, Reproduction, Rights

Sussex Academics Discuss Human Rights, Identity and the Role of the State in Religious Belief and National Security

On 13 December the University of Sussex hosted a consultation on the Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) and Security guidance paper, a document drafted by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). The OSCE comprises 57 member

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Posted in Policy, Rights