Hasan al-Banna, founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, has played a significant role in the political ideologisation of Islam in the twentieth century.
Global Ethics (students)
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The lack of consensus on global justice is a microcosm of schisms present in international relations perspectives.
The EU cannot let women see their rights deteriorate, nor it can think of them as mere disadvantaged, passive recipients of its aid.
A norms-based approach to achieving cyber security has its merits, but there are significant coordination hurdles to overcome in order to make developing norms lasting.
The lack of consensus on global justice is a microcosm of schisms present in international relations (IR) perspectives.
Looking at the example of France and Tunisia, past interference in the political and social life of a country should be considered as a criteria of assessing immigration.
The current legal framework in the UK falls short of providing them with effective protection from enslavement and exploitation while also furthering their victimization.
The symbolic and emotive potential of rape narratives has, throughout colonial and post-colonial history, been powerfully employed in connection with race.
The definition of enforced disappearance is of paramount importance in determining state obligations and preventing the crime of enforced disappearance.
Human rights have emerged as a the primary vehicle through which the future of LGBT rights are being negotiated and institutionalized.
Sweden’s Sex Purchase Act of 1999 has had the unintended consequence of organized crime groups finding a new path of least resistance in human trafficking
Intersectionality compels us to tackle complexity and to address categories of difference, recognizing that identity categories are dynamic, fluid and indivisible