Access to clean, healthy, and sustainable environment is now a universal human right: How, why, and what?

By: Rishabh Shrivastava UN General Assembly passed a resolution on 28th July 2022, recognizing access to clean, healthy, and sustainable environment as a universal human right. 161 member countries voted in favor of the resolution whereas 8 countries abstained from voting. The resolution is not legally binding on the countries but rather serves as a call for countries to unite and amplify actions to tackle … Continue reading Access to clean, healthy, and sustainable environment is now a universal human right: How, why, and what?

The Chess Game and the Fate of the Pawns: The Belarusian Border Crisis

By Yuvraj Singh Walia Almost seven months ago, in late 2021, the world witnessed the start of a horrifying border crisis of grave human rights violations between Belarus and the European Union. The crisis, still ongoing, has taken a devastating form wherein humans are being used as weapons to further vested interests, and cause turmoil and disruption. This dismal state of affairs needs immediate attention … Continue reading The Chess Game and the Fate of the Pawns: The Belarusian Border Crisis