Stigma & Discrimination related to Substance Abuse: Deconstructing sophism’s towards Humanitarian Public Policies
Over the past few decades, international research has documented that stigma and discrimination are one of the major barriers to care in the field of drug abuse worldwide. Objective: To show the findings of the international literature about specific populations that experience stigma or discrimination as one of the main barriers to care for substance abuse as well as to account for the development of public policies against stigma in mental health and addictions in consonance with goals 3, 10 and 16 of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Use of MDMA in the treatment of eating disorders. The uneven effects of trade and automation on local labor markets. And rights-based conservation to preserve biological diversity.
We explore the response from family farming and the agroecology movement to the COVID-19 crisis. A study on how lysergic acid (LSD) promotes social behavior and how the Blockchain can ensure the security of the Internet of Things.
A study on the effects of cannabis on visual function, an article on control technologies as a response to the health crisis, and an investigation into security threats in Bitcoin hot wallets.
Autonomous Weapons Systems, Labor Exploitation and Harmful Use of the Blockchain | Knowmad Alert N°14 |
We explore the debate on banning Autonomous Weapons Systems, learn about the situation of human trafficking and labor exploitation in Germany, and learn how Blockchain is being Instrumentalized in Pacific countries.
“Does technology care?” this is the question at the intersection of medical education and artificial intelligence. Deep Learning to detect and classify diseases from the Cannabis plant. And the effect of biomedical waste incineration, a worrying situation in India.
The visibility of human rights violations contributes to the strengthening of democracy and the defense of the rule of law. The political and social impact as a tool we are developing for human rights defenders and researchers.
This article is part of the series Education under Occupation, which explores the legal responsibilities of Israel with respect to the Palestinian population living under the military occupation. In the first part, we considered the framework of International Humanitarian Law, including a short tour through its history and applicable normative bodies. In the present article we will explore the obligations of the occupying power with specific attention to children’s access to education, and we will present data and statistics reflecting daily restrictions to the realization of the right to education. This study pertains to the situation in Israel and Palestine, specifically to the military occupation of Palestine by Israeli forces.
This article is part of the series Education under Occupation, which explores the legal responsibilities of Israel with respect to the Palestinian population living under the military occupation. This article describes the framework of International Humanitarian Law, including a short tour through its history and applicable normative bodies. This study pertains to the situation in Israel and Palestine, specifically to the military occupation of Palestine by Israeli forces.
The existence of an identifiable generational gap between teachers and students affecting the learning process is suggested here. It begins around the social settings that surrounded the present day educator, and gets in conflict with the learning habits technology has promoted. Here, a brief explanation of how Acceleration (H. Rosa), Dyssynchrony (B-C. Han) & Hystheresis (P. Bourdieu) affect the aforementioned phenomenon is developed. Furthermore, a suggestion is given on how the concepts of Action (H. Arendt) and Resonance (H. Rosa) could reduce its widening.