[De]Coded Discrimination: A Human Rights Based Approach to Automated Immigration Decision Systems Authors: Leah Durst-Lee, Christina Martinez, Montserrat Picado Campos Automated immigration decision systems have increasingly been used around the world despite serious concerns of human rights violations. Two such countries, the United States and Canada, have employed these systems
Human Rights in AI Facial Recognition: a look into China’s abuse of AI technology Author: Caroline Adams AI Facial Recognition AI Facial Recognition has become one of the most controversial topics in the digital era. It is a successful tool and measure in biometrical technological advances. However, it has ethical
Este texto describe la experiencia “El lugar de los sentidos”, realizada en España mediante la colaboración entre la Universidad San Pablo CEU y la Fundación ONCE para estimular la inclusión social de personas con discapacidad a través de la arquitectura
In the wake of ongoing protests in the United States in demand for justice in the killing of a 46-year-old black man, George Floyd, at the hands of a white police officer, a social justice activist has insisted that the protests are legitimate. Jerry Locula highlights the historical racism and
Revolutionary Intercommunalism and the Right of Nations to Self determination,( edited by Amy Gdala) by Huey P Newton and Vladimir Lenin, Superscript Publishers, ISBN 0954291344, paperback, pp. 191, £10.
Inclusive Education in Serbia Author: Kosana Beker Originally Published at Peace and Conflict Monitor on: 12/06/2007 Category: Essay For the children with disabilities, two different types of educational systems can be broadly recognized: special education systems and inclusive education systems. The term “special education” was long used to describe the