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1 The right to nutrition is a fundamental human right, as without food there is no right to life. (Flavio Valente) schuftan@gmai.com
2 Suffering is not increased by the numbers of sufferers; one body can contain all the suffering the world can feel. (Graham Greene, The Quiet American) schuftan@gmai.com
3 What do buzzwords do for development policy? A critical look at 'poverty reduction', 'participation' and 'empowerment'. schuftan@gmai.com
4 Human rights: Is it a question of influencing or just accommodating to changes? schuftan@gmai.com
5 How can we be content with a universal health coverage approach that will get health for half when Health for All is possible? schuftan@gmai.com
6 Human rights are advanced by reaching consensus through dialogue, enquiry, or sometimes confrontation. schuftan@gmai.com
7 The SDGs do not really heed human rights; they dehumanize processes and go for results. schuftan@gmai.com
8 A critical mass of understanding and experience about human rights has been accumulated and now needs to be marshaled. schuftan@gmai.com
9 The world map of wealth is shrinking while the one of poverty is expanding: Human rights to be a bystander? (Herbert de Souza) schuftan@gmai.com
10 We need a critical (more robust?) assessment of the role of religion in the fulfillment of human rights schuftan@gmai.com
11 In Human Rights, there is no such a thing as ‘moderately equitable’. schuftan@gmai.com
12 We are ruled by an oppressive market, not necessarily an oppressive state. (David Korten) schuftan@gmai.com
13 We live in a pop, modern, cool capitalism that, not only is imposed on us by force, but is desired by us its slaves. (Lucas Grisafulli) schuftan@gmai.com
14 Human rights issues on international cooperation are still to be fought-for. schuftan@gmai.com
15 Be notified: The introduction of the human rights framework is not a fashion; it embodies a seminal paradigm shift --not smooth, but a break. (part 2 of 2) schuftan@gmai.com
16 Be notified: The introduction of the human rights framework is not a fashion; it embodies a seminal paradigm shift --not smooth, but a break. (part 1 of 2) schuftan@gmai.com
17 Development: A social and human rights tinderbox. schuftan@gmai.com
18 Numbers Are Not Always as Simple or as Neutral as They Seem and the Internet Has Given Birth to a ‘Digital Extractive Economy’ schuftan@gmai.com
19 TIME TO REJECT A HISTORY LOADED WITH AMBIGUITIES, MANIPULATIONS, BIASED INTERPRETATIONS AND INACCURACIES? (Louis Casado) schuftan@gmai.com
20 UN Human Rights Day & Kashmir Lockdown Sajjad Shaukat
21 COULD IT BE THAT THE VERY IDEA OF HUMAN RIGHTS WAS BORN TO CONFRONT AUTOCRATIC POWER? (part 2 of 2) schuftan@gmai.com
22 COULD IT BE THAT THE VERY IDEA OF HUMAN RIGHTS WAS BORN TO CONFRONT AUTOCRATIC POWER? (Claudio Sepulveda) (part 1 of 2) schuftan@gmai.com
23 Unable to Access Recovery Loans, Puerto Rico Waits for Promised Federal Aid Jubilee USA Network
24 DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS ARE NOT GIVEN, AND ARE MORE THAN WORTH FIGHTING FOR. schuftan@gmai.com
25 THE CONTAGIOUS SOCIAL PASSIVITY OF MANY CLAIM HOLDERS IS OUR ACHILLES HEEL.* (Arturo A. Muñoz) schuftan@gmai.com
 
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