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Whether in search of a better future or for reasons of force majeure, migrants have existed since the beginning of humanity. Migration is an important driver of sustainable development, bringing benefits not only to the migrant, but also to the community to which he or she is arriving, or of which he or she is...

The context of historical and structural discrimination against women is manifested in practices that have affected, unfortunately affect and will continue to affect women around the world. According to the 1993 Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women, violence against women is defined as "violence against women".any act of gender-based violence that results in,...

The European Commission (EC) is in the process of updating regulations aimed at preventing and combating human trafficking. Human trafficking is an international crime that affects all EU Member States and is a continuing threat, despite the progress that has been made in recent years. Directive 2011/36 - which addresses human trafficking - has been...

November 2 is the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of press freedom and the safety of journalists worldwide. Journalists play a fundamental role in our society by keeping us informed, uncovering corruption and fighting for the truth. However, many of them face...

October 25 is a significant day in the European calendar. Since 2003, the Council of Europe and the European Commission have decided to celebrate the "European Day of Justice" on this date. This commemoration reminds us of the importance of justice, human rights and the constant struggle for a more just society. It serves as a...