On Bastille Day, 2019 There is more than one way to cage a child. It is tempting sometimes to say that the society we live in today can be straightforwardly deduced from the self-development of the logic of its institutions. That the increasingly horrid politics and social exclusions we witness today are prefigured in prior … More Bring ’em all in
The story below appeared in the Yomiuri Shimbun on August 19th, 2013, announcing that the leading members of the UN Human Rights Council has created a Commission of Inquiry to travel to Japan to hold a new round of interviews with the surviving relatives of 15 to 20 Japanese who were abducted and taken to … More U.N. officials to visit families of abductees – North Korean abductees – in Japan.
The Anatomy of a Kidnapping is a radio documentary by ABC Australia, featuring Eric Kalmus – Director of The Japan Children’s Rights Network. Professor of Law Colin Jones also renders his analysis. 1 This is how it works; a look inside the role of the Japanese government ministries, embassies and consulates in the international abduction … More The Anatomy of a Kidnapping – from ABC Australian Radio