Protecting Minority Rights in the face of Mass Atrocities – Conference

The Common Good Foundation is excited to partner with Dr. Narissa Ramsundar, Professor at Canterbury Christ Church University (UK) to host “Examining Human Rights violations against minority groups” on July 14, 2022 from 9 am – 5 pm. This one day conference will examine minority rights from around the world and what mechanisms have done to address human rights violations. This conference compliments a previous report examining minority rights published by the Common Good Foundation which can be found here.

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ECOR concludes 2022 Milieura International Conference

The Earth, Climate and Ocean Research Foundation based in Kerala, India has concluded its two day conference titled, “Milieura- One Earth for All of Us: Changing Climate and Environment” which took place virtually on June 11th and 12th. The international conference featured select speakers from around the world. The conference addressed an area of topics which included climate change, oceans, and best practices to work together on environmental issues. The Common Good Foundation was excited to be a Knowledge Partner for this Conference.

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CFP: Examining 21st Century Alleged Witchcraft Persecution

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The Resolution Journal

The Common Good Foundation in partnership with The Resolution Journal is publishing a special volume dedicated to Alleged Witchcraft Persecution (AWP).

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Report: Revenge, Lies, and Hypocrisy: Examining the Role of Corruption in Rape Cases

The Common Good Foundation has published a report titled, “Revenge, Lies, and Hypocrisy: Examining the Role of Corruption in Rape Cases.” The report examines how corruption plays a role in rape cases notably in the initial stages of a case and how abuse of power and moral turpitude play a role in these cases.

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United Nations Must Act to Protect Religious Minorities in Burma

The Common Good Foundation, along with 90 plus organizations and individuals, has signed a joint letter calling upon the UN Secretary General to stop rampant violations of religious freedom in Burma by the Burmese military.

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Examining the Rights of Peoples in South Asia

On August 9, 2021 the international community will commemorate International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. Yet, organizations such as the ILO, have noted inconsistent protections for Indigenous Peoples in places throughout Asia. South Asian Tribal People continue to face challenges relating to migration, forced displacement, and human rights violations. Further, the loss of identity and culture is becoming commonplace. COVID 19 has exacerbated many issues for Indigenous People in South Asia. In order to continue to raise awareness around tribal rights, The Common Good Foundation presents a series of lectures titled, “Examining the Rights of Peoples in South Asia.”  The situations examined include Nepal, Kashmir, India, and Pakistan.

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