Judith Beyer had an expert discussion with Rajat Khosala from Amnesty International, a specialist for advocacy and policy and Tobi Cadman an International Human Rights Lawyer. The programme draws a picture of the right now status of human rights internationally. Prof. Beyer reports about the situation of human rights activists in Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar, pertaining also to the military coup that happened in the first week of February. She also raises attention for around 10-15 million de-facto stateless people worldwide and the need for international support and help for those. She furthermore highlights the role states and the United Nations should play in the defence of human rights and the high importance of digital possibilities for networking in defending human rights.
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