Osama Siddique Interview, Part III

Osama Siddique Interview, Part III

Harvard Human Rights Journal continues its conversation with Pakistani legal scholar Osama Siddique. This week, Professor Siddique elaborates on the difference between the appellate courts and the district courts in interpreting Pakistan’s blasphemy laws. Part II is available HERE.  Interviewer: James Tager, [...]

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Osama Siddique Interview, Part II

Osama Siddique Interview, Part II

Harvard Human Rights Journal continues its conversation with Pakistani legal scholar Osama Siddique. This week, Professor Siddique discusses the role of mala fides in Pakistani blasphemy cases, and share his thoughts on the broader societal debate regarding the blasphemy laws. Part [...]

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Osama Siddique Interview, Part I

Osama Siddique Interview, Part I

The Harvard Human Rights Journal is pleased to launch its interview-based initiative, featuring conversations with human rights academics and practitioners concerning a diverse set of human rights issues. Our first featured interview is with Osama Siddique, an Associate Professor at [...]

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Balancing Rights or Building Rights?

Balancing Rights or Building Rights?

In 2007, after more than 20 years of exhaustive negotiations, drafts and re-drafts between indigenous groups and member states, the United Nations (“UN”) finally adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (“Declaration”) by an overwhelming majority. The UN [...]

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