Type de publication:Articles
Source:Rowaq Arabi, Volume 25, Ticket 4, p.65 - 72 (2020)
In a recent contribution, Bahey eldin Hassan discusses three broad dynamics that alone or in partialcombination could shape global affairs and therefore human rights work in the (post-) COVID-19period: the further slow erosion of the international order and its mechanisms of cooperation andconflict resolution such as the United Nations; the definite demise of this order including the stateson which it partly rests; and its renovation to better translate into reality past promises of peace,cooperation, freedom, and equity. Based on a clear preference for the third scenario, the followingpages address the conditions and dynamics likely to affect future human rights work. A briefaccount of recent events will show that the pandemic compounded rather than created obstaclesand difficulties...
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