Emily Murphy writes about our achievements in addressing some of the most prevalent climate issues in the recent past, and about maintaining hope in the face of the challenges we face today.
There have been reports of sexual assault coming from Uighur Muslim sections of China. Emily Murphy explores the wider issue of the potential human rights crimes involved.
On the 30th of June 2020 Chinese legislators unanimously passed a new national security law which asserts jurisdiction over those who are not residents of Hong Kong and those who had never set foot within its borders.
More than two million people have fled the region, and there have been at least 10,000 reported deaths with tens of thousands of people are currently seeking refuge in the neighbouring country of Sudan. However, as communications have been almost entirely cut in the region, it is impossible to calculate exact numbers.
The recent rise in antisemitic acts has at times been linked to Covid-19 restrictions. During periods of turmoil, it seems that anti-Jewish sentiment rises. We need only look to poverty-stricken Germany in the 1920s or to the Partitions of Poland at the end of the 18th century.