Bristol University law students lead on new Flag State project

  PRESS RELEASE 9 January 2018 Bristol University law school students lead on new flag State project with Human Rights at Sea BRISTOL.UK. The University of Bristol’s Human Rights Implementation Centre offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct applied research in collaboration with valued partners through its Human Rights Law Clinic. The nature of the Clinic attracts action-oriented students seeking to gain practical experience and … Continue reading Bristol University law students lead on new Flag State project

HRAS Interview No. 28: NGO Confronts Abortion Rights at Sea

Last year’s Zika virus outbreak saw a dramatic increase in demand for safe abortions in Latin-American countries. The virus can cause foetal brain developmental problems, and data from Women on Web, an NGO that provides access to safe abortions in countries where they are not universally available, was used to verify the jump in what activists and doctors had been reporting as an acute need … Continue reading HRAS Interview No. 28: NGO Confronts Abortion Rights at Sea