Do essential human rights play a central role in Rawls’ theory of a “Law of People?”

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright. “Justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought.” - John Rawls, A Theory of Justice -   Rawls first principle of justice was “A Theory of Justice”…

Case Study: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.    "Freedom of movement is key to displaced people being able to exercise other rights, such as access to work, food, healthcare and legal assistance." - The UNHCR -   United Nations High Commissioner for…

Freedom and Equality: Is the positive concept of liberty undermined by its seemingly “totalitarian” implications?

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright.    "“They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” - Benjamin Franklin-    This article will examine to what extent does “totalitarian” – as…

Justice and Social Value: the Case of Goldman vs Weinberger (1986)

Any citation taking from this article has to be cited accordingly. Failure to comply with the regulation may subject to copyright. "A rule isn't unfair if it applies to everyone."   This article will discuss the philosophical debate of whether it was correct to grant an exemption in the case of Goldman vs Weinberger (1986).…