Cedric D'Hondt

Cedric D'Hondt

Associate of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies. He holds two master's degrees: one in law at KU Leuven, and another in Arab Democracy and Human Rights at the Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut.
Book Reviews

Book Review: The Roots of Revolt by Angela Joya

The popular demands ‘bread, freedom and social justice’, which resonated across the Egyptian streets in 2011, illustrate how dire economic…

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Book Reviews

Book Review – Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World

The history of human rights, with its roots in religion, philosophy and revolution, stretches back centuries. Yet, as Samuel Moyn,…

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Revolts and the Military in the Arab Spring

History sheds a light on the ambivalent relationship between the military and civil government. A mere glance at 20th-century events…

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Book Reviews

Book Review: Blasphemy and Freedom of Expression

In February 2020, Belgium got caught in a controversy that had been in the making for over a year. The…

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Studies

The Legality of Religious Symbols in Belgium’s Classrooms: What Writings are on the Wall?

Abstract Belgium has known a protracted discussion regarding the presence of religious symbols in educational institutions. The hijab, in particular,…

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Book Reviews

Book Review: For the Love of Humanity by Ayça Çubukçu

The Vietnam anti-war movement defined a decade with its music, persistence and purpose. At least one feature of this movement…

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