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HUMAN RIGHTS LAW, BLOG ARTICLE

write a BLOG article on each of the below topics (1,375 words each, 1 topic per blog article). USE OSCOLA for referencing. also please don’t write less than the words mentioned for each article.1) The positive obligation to prevent private acts of violence against women (the Istanbul Convention)2) The questions raised by the absolute prohibition of torture in Gfgen v. Germanythere is a guide below on how to write a blog article, also an example on how you can write a blog articlehttps://blogs.lse.ac.uk/humanrights/2020/04/06/drones-ethics-legality-and-loss-of-life/How to write a blog article? the challenge of researching, writing and managing a blog article is an exercise in problem-based learning. The purpose of this assessment is to identify a legal issue that would impact on human rights in the near future and to outline how events managers should respond.Consider your audience: educated laypersonInformal legal proseOffer legal information (which generally are hypothetical) and not legal adviceFocus on quality and usefulnessQuality; Clear, easy-to-read text with good grammar, punctuation, and spelling; ideas are broken up into short paragraphs for maximum readability; the blog is organized with headers and subheaders; one idea flows logically into the next, and the next, and so on.Usefulness: the blog features enlightening or practical information; the blog is written in a relatable, understandable, clear tone; it is factually accurate; it is timely, or better yet, timeless (it will still be good information a week from now, a month from now, or six months to a year from now).Solving a problemSubheadingsShort blocks of textKeywords should be woven semantically into the content without compromising readability.Hyperlink: linking to website pages content within a blog post gives readers a road map of information and resources.Use Oscola referencing standards