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Nigerian Patients Chained: An Investigation of “Treatment Centres”

Across Nigeria, reports of mental health patients being mistreated in “treatment centres” – presumed medical centres dedicated to treating mental health patients – led human rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) to visit and investigate these centres. They found that patients were being chained, denied meals and a sanitary environment, and in some cases even harmed physically as part of their treatment procedure.


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All Of Them Means All Of Them: The 2019 Lebanese Protests

Since October 17th, thousands of Lebanese citizens have been flooding the nation’s city centers in peaceful protest of long-standing government corruption, growing inequality, sectarianism, and poor provision of public services.







Secularism and the Rights of Religious Minorities in Québec

By Anthony De Luca-Baratta After the January 29, 2017 terrorist attack that killed 6 Muslim worshippers at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec, secularism resurfaced as a hot-button issue in Quebec politics. Prime Minister Justin…