Freedom of speech

28 Feb 2014
The past two decades have seen rapid and overwhelming progress in Rwanda, a country that was hit by the worst post cold war atrocity in 1994 when up to a...
1 Mar 2013
With the birth of social media people have become instantly connected to each other, and have been able to gain access to news and information with incredible...
7 Feb 2013
The Holocaust was one of the most terrible acts of mass slaughter the world has ever known. Historians around the world have reached a consensus as to what,...
Barack Obama election night victory 2012 by White House/Chuck Kennedy
4 Jan 2013
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission[1] held that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which protects...
14 Nov 2012
The case: The private life of a national heroTo mark the 70th anniversary of the death of the Turkish Republic’s founder, Kemal Atatürk, in November 2008,...
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10 May 2012
The case: Internet access is a human rightHuman rights come from the need to protect individuals from the arbitrary power of the state. Human rights are “...
21 Feb 2012
The Internet is growing at a fantastic rate and is a huge resource for mass communication and information distribution. It can be used to spread information...
20 Feb 2012
Hate speech is a controversial issue in all Western Liberal Democracies (WLDs). What makes hate speech on university campuses a unique topic is the combination...
20 Feb 2012
Freedom of speech is often considered to be one of the most basic tenets of democracy. As a fundamental right it is enshrined in documents such as the Bill of...
17 Feb 2012
The use of the N-word is a highly contentious issue in American society. Its roots come from the word "negro", Spanish for ‘black’ which was commonly used to...
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