Addressing issues where human rights have gone wrong
About Human Rights And Wrongs
This blog is hosted by Men’s Web to spread the information needed on human rights and on human wrongs.
Men’s Web and Human Rights And Wrongs is not aligned with any political or charitable organisation, and cared for by volunteers. If you would like to take part, use the contact form to let us know how you think you could be helpful.
- COVID-19 – sensible precautions, or hysterical panic to limit human rights?
- International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 2020
- The UK’s Women and Equalities Committee
- Feminist violence around International Women’s Day
- Who suffers most from Coronovirus?
- The Unfairer Sex
- उच्च न्यायालय: महिलाएं किसी पुरुष के इरादों के बारे में बता सकती हैं
- International WHAT day?!
- Fifteen boys gain freedom
- The future breakdown of the Indian family
- Alabama politician wants to force male sterilisation
- Mandalorian: killer, rescuer, or just a good dad?
- Syracuse University defends against federal Title IX lawsuit
- Religious leader banned from religious expression
- Do we really care more about a perpetrator than a victim? The case of Shamima Begum.
Why we care
There are lessons from the past — and we don’t have to go too far back — which teach us all that censorship, totalitarianism of the left or the right, turning our collective or individual backs on human mistreatment leads to human and environmental disaster. Don’t watch this video if you don’t have a strong stomach. It’s not pleasant. Let’s all make sure this never happens again.
There is an increasing trend of professional journals to ban studies that do not confirm to political correctness. We believe that professional journals should concentrate on peer reviews, not on whether something is politically acceptable. Without the willingness to be extreme, and to reveal uncomfortable truths, we would still be thinking the earth is flat, with the sun going around it.
Human Rights And Wrongs will be happy to publish the results of any ‘banned’ study.
At least one professional in the field who was not part of, or connected with, the author team must support the report. This sponsor approach is so that we do not get swamped with junk science: there must be at least one peer who has reviewed the material. The sponsor is the person who should contact us, with their own preface if they wish.
We understand that this is less rigour and perhaps less publicity than a study deserves. Nevertheless, it is what we can offer and it is our part in combating the increasing trend to censor material that is only unacceptable because of the conclusions it leads to.
The videos, images and illustrations presented on this site are from a variety of different sources and image banks. We thank the site owners, maintainers and contributors at stocksnap, unsplash, pxhere, wikiclipart, pixabay, wikimedia, iconsdb, lorempixel, Illustrated Empathy Gap, various government bodies around the world, and other sources.
Specifically, we acknowledge and appreciate:
- Men Webs for the hosting and IT services
- Free Photoshop Brushes by Brusheezy
- Background vector created by kjpargeter – www.freepik.com
- Banner vector created by starline – www.freepik.com
- gisoft from Pixabay
- Mozilla for the RSS logo
- MaxMind for the GeoLite2 data
We also thank those many people around the world who work to secure people their human rights, or to address human wrongs.