• Lilly Callender

    The Federal Death Penalty: Trump’s Presidential Parting Gift

    Trump’s Historic December Executions At 9:27 pm on Thursday December 10th, 2020, Brandon Bernard was pronounced dead after receiving a lethal injection in the U.S. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Indiana. Brandon’s death occurred amidst a national outcry to spare his life, an outcry that drew over half a million individual

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    Farmers in India and the Struggle for Justice

    Introduction On November 26th, 250 million people across India participated in a nationwide strike in solidarity with the farmers of Punjab and Haryana, making it the largest organized protest in history. This strike was organized as thousands of farmers began to march on the capital of New Delhi to demand

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    The Future of Corporate Social Responsibility

    Some of the worlds biggest brands implicated in forced labor claims of the Uyghurs… It has recently come to light that many of the world’s largest international apparel brands and retailers are profiting from forced labour in China’s northwestern province of Xinjiang. In recent years, the Chinese Communist Party has

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    The Prominence of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Peacekeeping

    Since 2002, the United Nations (UN) has consistently reaffirmed a ‘zero tolerance’ for sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). Such an affirmation was made in tandem with landmark Security Resolution 1325, highlighting the disproportionate impact of women and children in armed conflict as well as a commitment to the prevention of

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