Organisation: UN

If I’m being honest, building blocky replicas of real-life places in a digital environment is unlikely to ever make it to the top of my bucket list. It’s also one the of the many reasons I won’t be getting a job with Minecraft‘s PR department anytime soon, but I digress… Last week, I was fortunate […]

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The following post was kindly written by Dr James Melton, an academic based at University College London’s Constitution Unit. I am pleased to announce the launch of Constitute, a website for reading, searching, and comparing the world’s constitutions.  I wrote previously about the importance of national constitutions and explained how Constitute will improve constitutional design […]

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It’s a sad fact, but in recent decades Liberia has seen more than its fair share of conflict and violence. The civil wars wreaked havoc on the counmtry’s infrastructure, not to mention the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of its citizens. Travel around the country (especially the capital, Monrovia) and one of the first […]

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