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Why technology puts human rights at risk

Date published - 04/07/2018

Author - Birgit Schippers, Visiting Research Fellow, Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, Queen's University Belfast

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Abortion ban in Northern Ireland likely to worsen mental health crisis

Date published - 20/06/2018

Author - Karen Galway, Lecturer in Mental Health, Queen's University Belfast and Sharon Mallon, Lecturer in Mental Health, The Open University

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Light drinkers at a lower combined risk of earlier death or developing cancer

Date published - 18/06/2018

Author - Andrew Kunzmann, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Queen's University Belfast

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Guatemala's history of genocide hurts Mayan communities to this day

Date published - 18/06/2018

Author - Luke Moffett, Senior Law Lecturer in transitional justice and human rights, Queen's University Belfast

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Why technology puts human rights at risk

How can we defend human rights in a technological landscape increasingly shaped by robotics and artificial intelligence asks Dr Birgit Schippers.

The post Why technology puts human rights at risk appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 10/07/2018

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Re-imagining the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement 2.0: Cultivating an emergent future we have not yet dared to imagine

It is time perhaps to wholeheartedly embrace the essential and symbiotic role of each of all three strands of the Belfast Agreement as the DNA of a positive peace says Dr Peter Doran.

The post Re-imagining the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement 2.0: Cultivating an emergent future we have not yet dared to imagine appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 05/07/2018

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Trump’s Approval Remains Low, But Perhaps Just Large Enough for Him

Dr Christopher Raymond looks at some recent polling trends in the US and the President's approval rating in light of the imminent midterm elections.

The post Trump’s Approval Remains Low, But Perhaps Just Large Enough for Him appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 04/07/2018

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