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Nasia Hadjigeorgiou: Talk on Cyprus’ Response to COVID-19

[caption id="attachment_21592" align="alignleft" width="280"] Dr Nasia Hadjigeorgiou[/caption] The Republic of Cyprus adopted the first responsive measures to COVID-19 on 10 March 2020, by closing down all educational institutions. A few days later, the country went into a lockdown, similar to others that have been enforced throughout...

Not Waving But Drowning – Susie Alegre talk on Human Rights, Climate Change and Small Islands at SOAS 29 November 2018

Human rights and climate change are priority issues for many small islands.  The IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels with a focus on the strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change, sustainable development...

Director, Susie Alegre, gives evidence to the Foreign Affairs Committee Inquiry into the Future of UK Overseas Territories

[caption id="attachment_21127" align="alignleft" width="280"] Susie Alegre[/caption] Our Director, Susie Alegre, has given evidence to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Inquiry into the Future of UK Overseas Territories. Her written evidence focused on key areas that need urgent review to strengthen the protection of human rights...

Publication in the EHRLR: Brexit, Human Rights and Self-Determination – A Perfect Storm in the British Crown Dependencies and UK Overseas Territories?

Island Rights Initiative Director, Susie Alegre explores the implications of Brexit and recent developments including the UK Sanctions and Money-Laundering Act 2018 on the situation of human rights and the right to self-determination of British Overseas Territories in a Point of View article in the...