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Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2h
TOMORROW! Audiences in the UK can watch the brave + brilliant in + join the Q&A to follow.
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Thomas J. Rachko, Jr. 4h
New report out today by : “A Roadmap for Reimagining Public Safety in the United States: 14 Recommendations on Policing, Community Investment, and Accountability”
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Lena Simet 6h
This Thursday NYC's street vendors are meeting to demand inclusion in a . Join me & in supporting and in calling on to on vending permits & pass RSVP for more details:
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Philippe Dam 6h
: chief condemns violence against protesters & calls for release of those arbitrarily detained. With internet shut down and journalists attacked, important for UN to document violations and call for accountability.
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Jan Kooy 11h
Three young people are facing terrorism charges in Malta for refusing to be returned to almost certain detention and abuse in Libya. The appeared in a preliminary court hearing in Valetta on July 30; their trial is yet to begin.
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Tanya Lokshina 11h
From with love.When was the last time you lived (and worked) with no connectivity for several days on end?
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Elaine Pearson 18h
Just months ago, Hong Kong people had rights that Australians take for granted. Those days are over. Losing those rights is not good for doing business either. My take in
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Lauren Seibert 7h
: Following violence in in July, calls on authorities to avoid excessive use of force, and on opposition leaders to ensure members do not engage in violence during demonstrations.
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The UN Secretary-General Is Letting Powerful Governments Kill and Maim Children With Impunity by via
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Hugh Williamson 8h
The case of three young migrants facing trial in Malta after resisting return to Libya - also highlights the hellish conditions for migrants in Libya, and why the EU needs to wake up to the human rights realities there
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Franak Viačorka 6h
What we see right now is also a female revolution. Belarus voted woman for president, and the female trio was leading the whole campaign. Today, women around Belarus organized for spontaneous rallies. They agreed to wear white.
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Patricia Gossman 7h
Cycles of violence and revenge have long been part of the war in Afghanistan. Which is why a process to address the need for acknowledgment and hear from victims on all sides is so important.
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José Miguel Vivanco 6h
The US is likely to send Salvatore Mancuso —a Colombian former paramilitary leader— to Italy. That would be a repugnant betrayal for victims. Colombia must exhaust all legal avenues to take him back to the country and hold him to account.
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A Roadmap for Re-imagining Public Safety in the United States 14 Recommendations on Policing, Community Investment, and Accountability
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Dewa Mavhinga 7h
I called on Zimbabwe authorities to end inhuman prison conditions for journalist Hopewell Chin’ono at Chikurubi Maximum prison. His lawyer B. Mtetwa eplains: Hopewell living on biscuits & water only!
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Mary Wareham 9h
Replying to @marywareham
That time last December when was the only nation to vote no/against to a non-legally-binding resolution on the 2008 Convention on Cluster Munitions. Even China, Israel & US know to abstain.
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Ximena Casas 11h
To prevent long-term consequences of from exacerbating gender inequity governments must assure access to abortion as an essential health service. See this threat explaining how this pandemic is having a devastating impact on women's repro health worldwide
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Dreisen Heath 7h
Thank you for introducing this crucial bill! The MORE Act would finally end decades of failed marijuana policies that impact over 600,000 lives/families each year. We need you to push for a vote in September.
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Lotte Leicht 8h
elections "neither free nor fair" 27 EU states concluded & condemned ’s ruthless crackdown on dissent, rights & peaceful protests. On Friday, foreign ministers will discuss what to do. Thread w/ background & recommendations 👇
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Lotte Leicht 8h
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Hundreds of thousands continue to take to streets in demanding what many of us take for granted: a say in their own future, respect for human rights & justice. EU ministers shld send a clear message to these courageous democracy demonstrators; “The stands with you!”
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