Article

Completing the Legal Policy on the Minor Labor According to International Conventions in Vietnam

In 2019, the National Assembly of Vietnam promulgated a new Labor Code with many amendments and supplements in line with the provisions of international conventions to which Vietnam is a member, especially the new generation free trade agreements (FTAs) such as CPTTP, EVFTA, including regulations on employment for minors. In this article, the author will …

Completing the Legal Policy on the Minor Labor According to International Conventions in Vietnam Read More »

An Analysis of the Rohingya of Myanmar: Trial by Death, Denial and Identity

The Rohingya populace of Myanmar (originally known as Burma prior to 1989) are an indigenous race, who were stripped of nationhood in 1982, due to the oblivion of an identity approval by the dictator regime as their forefathers settled in Burma before 1823. Hitherto, the Rohingyas are one in seven of the global population of …

An Analysis of the Rohingya of Myanmar: Trial by Death, Denial and Identity Read More »

Evolution Of Article 21

Article 21 of the Indian Constitution guarantees to all individuals’ right to life and liberty. Adopted from the concept of due process of law as mentioned under the American Constitution, it is considered as the heart of the Indian Constitution. This article which had started with the meaning of mere freedom of human body in …

Evolution Of Article 21 Read More »

Key Issues In The Health System Affecting Access To Emergency Healthcare In Nigeria

The health system is made up of different environmental factors. Environmental issues are a great impediment to the realization of the lofty idea of having access to emergency healthcare in Nigeria. The Nigerian health system comprises various factors militating against this dream, such as human capital resources, financial resources, infrastructural deficiency, bureaucracy and corruption among …

Key Issues In The Health System Affecting Access To Emergency Healthcare In Nigeria Read More »

Judicial Review: Exploring Constitutional Obligations during Crisis

Last year a pandemic exploded and the name was Coronavirus Disease 2019, the world is still fighting with the pandemic. Because of the pandemic last year in March 2020 PM announced the complete lockdown in the nation and citizens faced so many problems, low income migrant workers stuck in the cities they were working without …

Judicial Review: Exploring Constitutional Obligations during Crisis Read More »

The Tigray Crisis And The Role Of The African Union In Its Neutralization

Making a state has always been a violent process. State strength and cohesion, according to Charles Tilly, are linked to homogeneity, which is gained via centuries of battle and the eradication of internal adversaries. The use of coercive violence in state-making is, however, universally denounced today. For state leaders seeking cohesion through the eradication of …

The Tigray Crisis And The Role Of The African Union In Its Neutralization Read More »

Scroll to Top