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85 | October 2022

Colonial crimes. Pesticide export ban. Ukraine war.

Colonial crimes are often thought of as a dark chapter of the Western imperial past. However, in many cases, these crimes have enduring, palpable effects on the descendants of colonized peoples that persist to this day. This is part of the reason why colonial injustice must be treated as a current human rights issue.  

ECCHR recently traveled to Namibia and Tanzania to acquire more evidence about the circumstances of past colonial crimes and to develop strategies with the communities there for seeking reparations and restitution. Learn more about this research on the ground and our upcoming conference on colonial crimes and reparations in Namibia in this newsletter, along with other topics. 

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85 | October 2022

Colonial crimes. Pesticide export ban. Ukraine war.

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84 | September 2022

Supply chains. Pushbacks. Climate lawsuit.

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83 | July 2022

An island fights against its demise

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82 | June 2022

Charges confirmed: Complicity in crimes against humanity

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81 | April 2022

The future demands collective action and global solidarity

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80 | March 2022

Ukraine: For more global solidarity

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79 | February 2022

“A first step towards freedom, dignity and justice”

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78 | December 2021

Looking back on 2021: Human rights in times of crises

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77 | November 2021

The Belarus case: How Germany can act

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76 | September 2021

A victory for human rights over corporate interests