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The absolute right

When I joined law school, I was bothered by a few things. On a course on extra-liability, one of my respectable instructors thought me and my classmates broadly on how we are free to do anything we want, as long as we do not cause harm to others.

No excuse for violence against children

At the World Health Assembly in May, we made the case for why governments and United Nations agencies need to spend more on measures to prevent noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), injury, and violence against children.