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Kofi Annan: In Memoriam
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Kenneth Roth 12h
Is Switzerland really so insecure about its culture that it cannot accommodate respect for Muslims who (harmlessly) do not want to shake hands with people of the opposite sex?
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Lotte Leicht 12h
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Andrew Stroehlein 15h
Sadly, there will always be a fraction of the public who will believe the lies of some powerful politicians who tell them that the powerless are to blame for their problems. The constant task of civilisation is to remind people of this & keep that fraction as small as possible
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Phil Robertson 15h
This is precisely why the UN Human Rights Council needs to authorize an independent, impartial and international mechanism () for next month in because the will ensure that no national commission ever delivers justice for the
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Dewa Mavhinga 15h
Was New Dispensation a mirage? Over the weekend police stopped a prayer meeting in Harare Gardens. Is it some kind of brute force within, that prevails over efforts at rationality?
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Kenneth Roth 14h
Iran imposes new charges on human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh because of her rights work, after arresting her to serve previously unrevealed prison sentence--all illustrative of Iran's criminalization of human rights activism.
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Linda Lakhdhir 13h
Don’t Expect Much from Latest Myanmar Commission
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Belkis Wille 19h
Former detainee gave me detailed account of not only where he was held, but the names of the officers that tortured him, killed others- it is up to authorities to show they have the right structures in place to investigate, prosecute, and compensate
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Andrew Stroehlein 17h
"Today’s real borders are not between nations, but between powerful & powerless, free & fettered, privileged & humiliated. Today, no walls can separate humanitarian or human rights crises in one part of the world from national security crises in another." Kofi Annan, Nobel speech
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Belkis Wille 19h
Two former detainees and the father of a man who died in detention have provided details of ill-treatment, torture, and death in facilities run by the Interior Ministry in the Mosul area
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Iraq: Chilling Accounts of Torture, Deaths
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Steve Swerdlow Aug 18
(greatest city in the world) & my fantastic colleagues in 's are standing up for in , calling on government to !
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Grace Meng Aug 16
The public outrage over family separation should extend to the serious human and financial costs of mass criminal prosecution of immigrants. See new Q&A
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Dewa Mavhinga Aug 18
Rest In Peace ⁦⁩, recently in Zimbabwe to observe elections & promote peace.
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Kenneth Roth Aug 18
With deep sadness, the world loses a great leader: Kofi Annan, 1938-2018.
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Andrew Stroehlein Aug 15
The far right have no answers to any of the real questions people have today. They're good at blaming minority groups, and that's about it. Good journalism with challenging questions exposes this.
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Human Rights Watch Aug 17
Iran: Rights Defender Faces New Charges
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Human Rights Watch Aug 17
Don’t Expect Much from Latest Myanmar Commission
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John Raphling Aug 17
strongly opposes , CA bail reform bill, because it isn't bail reform. It replaces money bail with racially biased risk assessment and judges' discretion to lock people up with no chance of release.
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