Maud Kadye evaluates the International Committee of the Red Cross' venture into the world of video games and their proposal to use games as an educational tool for war crimes.
Maud Kadye takes a look at the concept of freedom within international law and how Nelson Mandela changed it for everyone.
Maud Kadye, talks about the practice area of Human Rights law, with particular reference to a career in this sector and the top chambers.
Maud Kadye takes a look at the battle between black native South Africans and white South Africans over landownership, highlighting how much segregation is still around.
Maud Kadye looks back on the Rwandan genocide, as it approaches its 20 year anniversary. Looking in particular at what has changed since the genocide.
Maud Kadye discusses Guantánamo Bay and looks at the reasons in favour of closing the prison, as well as the potential impact it could have on any future modifications to the Geneva Convention.
Maud Kadye's fifth article from the Guantánamo Bay series looks at the use of force feeding in relation to the Imad Abdullah Hassan v Barack Obama case.
Maud Kadye fourth article from the Guantánamo Bay series discusses the human rights issues that have surrounded the camp since 2002.
Maud Kadye looks at the debate surrounding the proposed closure of Guantánamo Bay.
Maud Kadye discusses Guantánamo Bay in more depth and looks at its legal status with reference to International Humanitarian Law.