International Law Blog

The International Law Blog stands as an inclusive platform, dedicated to delivering comprehensive updates on the ever-evolving landscape of International Law, encompassing progressive developments in International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law, International Humanitarian Law and beyond.

Embracing the dynamic nature of International Law, it welcomes contributions from legal professionals and students alike at diverse stages of their careers, aiming at contributing to the discussion on the prosecution of gross violations of Human Rights in International Courts and Domestic Jurisdictions, within Africa and around the world extensively.

Sexual Male Violence: Why don’t men speak up?

By Aikaterini Morali Limited attention has been given to sexual male violence, as it is considered to be a new notion[1], and it hasn’t been studied outside of clinical[2]. Sexual male victimization seems to be unseen or even obscure. According to rape myths, sexual male violence is incompatible with notions

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The Cost of the Coronavirus Pandemic on Education

By Melissa Philippou During the past year, the coronavirus pandemic has forced governments in 188 countries to temporarily close down their educational institutions, heavily disrupting the education and learning process of more than 1.7 billion students across the globe[1]. In commemoration of the International Day of Education, it is important

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