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Margaret Wurth 17m
THREAD: It’s . Access to safe and legal abortion is a human right. When abortion is heavily restricted or banned outright – like in the – women and girls are forced to risk their lives to end unwanted pregnancies. 1/
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is hosting an Arab Social Media Influencers Summit () in Dubai, while jailing activists for a tweet. Will they distribute a “How To Tweet Without Going To Jail” booklet to the participants?
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The good, bad, and ugly of 2018 and what's ahead in 2019
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Jasmine Tyler 1h
Today , in will be lit to remind us we all have right to life,freedom,security,dignity & entitled to equal protection of such rights. 🔹🔹 ⁠ ⁠⁠
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Starting in 10 minutes! Marking the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights Join us this - We'll also take a look back at 2018 and the road ahead in the new year
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Sarah Saadoun 51m
A bathtub in a coal miner's home near this mountaintop removal mine in West Virginia. The govt's response: roll back water protections and cancel study into health risks. And then claim they're doing coal miners a favor.
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Katharina Rall Dec 9
Several environmental activists were denied entry to to attend . What does this mean? Many NGOs were busy contacting lawyers & worrying about colleagues rather than doing their work advocating for ambitious climate action & human rights
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Eric Goldstein 3h
settlers are presumptively civilians. Like all civilians, they must never be targeted by any party to an armed conflict. Hamas's praise for yesterday's attack is repellent.
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EmmaDaly 3h
"We all have the power to change the course of history when the beliefs we are fighting for are right" - accepting 2018 for peace
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Over the past 30 or 40 years in the Appalachia region of the US, there’s been a rise in mountain top removal, where mining companies blast the tops off of mountains to excavate the coal underneath. The effects are devastating
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Somerset House 2h
Tonight we've illuminated our building blue for to mark the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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Wietske Nijman 2h
Brussels celebrates Human Rights Brussel viert de mensenrechten Bruxelles fête les droits humains
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Leslie Estrada 2h
Human rights defender should have been with us today, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the UN Declaration on Human Rights Defenders. She fought for human rights for all. 9 months after her killing, police have filed no charges
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Patricia Gossman 2h
Brussels goes ! A reminder to stand up for human rights everywhere.
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Lotte Leicht 2h
On ⁠ ⁠' City Hall and Grand Place shine and the Declaration of Human Rights is read out loud celebrating its 70th anniversary.
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Human Rights Watch Canada 3h
The in Canada shines – This is one in five landmarks across the country! Happy !
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EmmaDaly 3h
Great news for us all! Migrants are generally healthier than non-migrant populations & contribute positively toward nation’s sustainable development, says new study in story by
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