Climate change in a de-globalising world

Justice Adarsh Goel, retired Supreme Court judge, was appointed chair of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) for a period of five years in July 2018. He stepped into the shoes of Justice Swatanter Kumar, who passed several landmark decisions including a ban on 10-year-old diesel and 15-year-old petrol vehicles; the demolition of illegal hotels in Himachal Pradesh; and a ban on plastic items in Delhi, Haridwar and Punjab.

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Popovski, Vesselin; Maiangwa, Benjamin; 2016 “Boko Haram’s attacks and the people’s response: a fourth pillar of the responsibility to protect?”

Title: Boko Haram’s attacks and the people’s response: a fourth pillar of the responsibility to protect? Authors: Popovski, Vesselin Maiangwa, Benjamin Jindal Global Law School Keywords: Nigeria Boko Haram Mass atrocities Terrorism Civil response Abduction Issue Date: 2016 Publisher: Tylor & Francis Group Citation: Popovski, Vesselin and Maiangwa, Benjamin. (2016). Boko Haram’s attacks and the…

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Feminism x Non- Feminism

Has the world become a graveyard of dreams, hopes, ideas, innovation, and ambition? There are several issues affecting girls and women worldwide. From the power of the women’s vote to reproductive rights. Some of the issues they face in their day to day life are inequality in society, dowry, access to education, employment opportunities, maternal health, child marriage, female genital mutilation, trafficking, and less political representation. There are many instances that make me feel that the world is trying to snatch away the identity of girls and women from actually becoming autonomous individuals.

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