Last week on OpenGlobalRights: corporate responsibility, prison populations, and forced migration

Last week on OpenGlobalRights, authors debated corporate information sharing, drug reform and prisons in Latin America, the US role in forced migration, and more.

The OGR Editorial Team
25 October 2017

Last week on OpenGlobalRights, Audrey Gaughran discussed the need for legal reform to ensure that human rights victims have access to information, and Azadeh Shahshahani argued that the US role in forced migration from the Middle East is a neglected area of the refugee debate. In addition, Ana Jimena Bautista wrote about the need to reform drug laws to reduce prison populations in Latin America. And finally, Augusta Hagen-Dillon demonstrated how women’s funds are getting creative to address the rising backlash on women’s rights.

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