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· September, 2009

Stories about Law from September, 2009

USA: Immigrant Students in National Day of Action

The National Dream Act Day of Action was initiated by the United We DREAM Coalition and was supported by dozens of organizations across university campuses in the USA last week.

Trinidad & Tobago: Digging a Hole

Jamaica: Children & Violence

Pakistan: Banned drug available at pharmacies

China: When will the sunshine come?

Chinese officials will soon be required to report all their assets as part of an anti-corruption "Sunshine Act" of the Communist Party. But resistance so far has been significant, leading...

Poland: Sexual Crimes and Roman Polanski

Pakistan: Karachi The Next Swat

Bangladesh: Law And Order Situation

Trinidad & Tobago: Thinking & Drinking

Cuba: Eye on Honduras

China: Humanistic measures towards filial criminals

Honduras: State of Exception Suspends Constitutional Rights

Hungary: Pro-Nightlife Rally; Art Station

Hungary: Political Talk Show Taken Off Air

Syrian Students Banned From Using Supercomputer at KAUST

Israel: New Organ Donation Law Passed

Serbia: Gay Pride Parade Postponed

Sinisa Boljanovic writes about the cancellation of the gay pride parade in Belgrade and reviews bloggers reactions to statements made by politicians and ultra-nationalist groups regarding the event.

China: Is Bo Xilai's corruption crackdown good for China?

"Who can ensure that the impartial and incorruptible anti-corruption heroes of today, with their unrestricted power, won't end up on the same path as their predecessors tomorrow?"

Harvard Forum: ICT4D and, and, and

Ethan brings the live-blog from day one to a close after questions and lively discussion with conclusion from Mike Best who suggests there's no way to summarize these discussions… with...

Serbia: No Gay Pride This Year

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