Advancing human rights, addressing conflict and promoting peace
ODI brings political economy perspectives to aid understanding, particularly in conflict-affected and violent settings.
ODI on Human rights
The Covid-19 pandemic raised the stakes, accelerating the need for systemic change and radical yet realistic measures to recalibrate social values and provide more sustainable and equitable pathways for the future.
The US’s global leadership in human rights has been fading, but Joe Biden has an opportunity to establish a new agenda that transcends political divides.
Covid-19, alongside other current challenges, demonstrates that human rights must be both protected but also expanded to deal with present day issues.
FAQs on how oil and gas relate to poverty, the environment and human rights.
Human rights are under pressure but respect for them creates value and change is possible, say our Global Reset Dialogue contributors.
An outbreak of Covid-19 poses a particular set of challenges for conflict zones like Libya and a coordinated international response is urgently needed.