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Wenzel Michalski 3h
Any firm that can’t show it has assessed the human rights impact of its commercial activities in what UN experts have labelled a “no rights zone” should do so now – even if that might mean not doing business with authorities at all.
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Louisa Loveluck 15h
Remember the Islamic State's victims. In Raqqa this week, civil defence workers continue to unearth a mass grave containing some 3,500 bodies.
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Elaine Pearson 2h
The Saudi-led coalition has repeatedly flouted the laws of war and thousands of civilians have been killed in unlawful strikes. Australia has to be very careful that its military sales aren’t complicit in facilitating unlawful attacks in Yemen.
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sarah margon 4h
Great & necessary warnings re likely outcome of Egypt’s proposed constitutional amendments. Total USG silence quite deafening.
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26% of the world’s refugee population is in sub-Saharan Africa. The Week in Numbers
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komala ramachandra 4h
ruling to extend ban on excessive fines to states could embolden courts to examine states and localities that impose crushing fines on those unable to pay
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Thermo Fisher’s Necessary, But Insufficient, Step in China
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Jo Becker 6h
The has adopted a broad new law to protect children in armed conflict. Declares children as "zones of peace", prohibits child recruitment, assures rehabilitation and reintegration, and more.
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Kyle Knight 6h
California Could Become the First State to Protect Intersex Youth -- reports on what an increasing number of doctors see as necessary legislation in the face of decades of failure at clinical self-regulation:
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Sara Kayyali 6h
New mass grave with 3500 bodies in only shows that even if territorial fight against IS ends, the work to recover from their legacy is just starting.
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Liz Evenson 5h
Last week reports circulated that the FBI would shut down its war crimes unit, yet another backtracking on US commitment to accountability for atrocity crimes -- former US officials and experts explain here why this decision should not go forward:
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Kenneth Roth 5h
Now Venezuelan soldiers under Maduro's command are shooting protesters rather than allowing urgently needed humanitarian aid to cross the border and reach the Veneualan people.
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Sarah Leah Whitson 4h
Former British Minister Accuses Saudi Arabia Of Going "Completely Mad" Over War
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Ryan Thoreson 4h
Yay! A committee in the South Dakota Senate just deferred - which would have prohibited "gender dysphoria instruction" in public schools in the state - to the 41st day of the legislative session, effectively killing it for this session.
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US Supreme Court Rules Unanimously Against Excessive Fines
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If Trump does not bring up human rights at the upcoming summit it sends a message "giving Kim the green light to continue his horrific repression of the North Korean people." ~
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Lama Fakih 12h
Libyan National Army forces trapping civilians in without access to food, water, or medical care should immediately allow aid and medical workers into the area
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Human Rights Watch 5h
Myanmar’s report to CEDAW is filled with more dangerous denials of military crimes against . Cruel disrespect for survivors, for the truth. response
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Lewis Mudge 8h
. After Khartoum, justice now vital to peace. New report by
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Interview: Ethiopia Lets in Human Rights Watch for First Time in 8 Years
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