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26 June 2014 The Human Rights Council this morning adopted the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review of Cambodia. Ney Samol, Permanent Representative of Cambodia to the United Nations Office at Geneva, said that Cambodia had received 205 ... United Nations Office at Geneva, 1 month ago


18 June 2014 The at a midday meeting today held interactive dialogues with Miklos Haraszti, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Belarus, and Marzuki Darusman, the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the ...
 United Nations Office at Geneva2 months ago Joint Statement: Call for an international legally binding instrument on human rights and TNCs  Focus on the Global South2 months ago

Laos: Government urged to address land rights issues and protect rights defenders

The two organizations made the call in their submission for the UN Human Rights Council's second Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Laos , which will be held in January-February 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland. The government's serious land rights ...
 Fidh2 months ago

Ladies and Generals in Burma and Thailand: Forward and Backward Progress in Human Rights

At independence in 1949, Burma's fortunes seemed the brightest in the region. With a full slate of buildings old and new, good transport infrastructure, very high levels of literacy and education at-large, a well-trained civil service, a prolific ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Right to Religious Freedom Being Violated Universally, Says Lord Alton

British Peer Calls on UK Government to Allocate More Resources to Upholding Foundational Human Right London, July 25, 2014 ( ) | 0 hits A crucial stipulation regarding the right to religious freedom in the Universal Declaration of ...
 Zenit3 weeks ago 25-Jul-14 - Right to Religious Freedom Being Violated Universally, Says Lord Alton  Global Catholic Network3 weeks ago

Universal Declaration of Human Rights — Motion to Take Note

Lord Alton of Liverpool (Crossbench) My Lords, I begin by thanking all noble Lords who will participate in this balloted debate, which draws attention to Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Right. Article 18 states: Everyone has ...
 They Work For You3 weeks ago
Global Research

Breakdown in Diplomacy at the UN Security Council. Who is Behind The Most Terrible Crimes in the History of Humanity, Syria or the US?

US-NATO Diplomats at United Nations Security Council Resort to Slander in Response to Shameful Fact Backflash to 1971 Washington D.C. White House tape recordings, April 25, 1971: President Nixon: How many did we kill in Laos? National ...
 Global Research1 month ago
News India Times

Thailand: Fears of Crackdown Trigger Exodus

(New York) The Thai military authorities should urgently improve human rights protections of migrant workers to end their mass flight from the country, Human Rights Watch said today. Following the military coup on May 22, 2014, several hundred ...
 Human Rights Watch2 months ago Thai Junta Denies Crackdown as 140,000 Migrant Workers Flee  News India Times2 months ago Military coup puts fate of nation at crossroads  Catholic Online2 months ago More Than 160,000 Cambodian Workers Return From Thailand  Radio Free Asia2 months ago

Thai junta must declare its key priorities on Asean - and soon

The Nation Publication Date : 11-08-2014 Last month the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) established a directorate centre to prepare Thailand for the arrival of the Asean Community (AC). The purpose was to integrate all ...
 Asia News Network1 week ago THAI JUNTA ENDORSES ACTION PLAN ON ASEAN CONNECTIVITY  NAM News Network2 weeks ago National Broadcast By General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Head of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), 11 July 2014  Noodls1 month ago
VOA News

Amnesty International, Thai Military Leaders Discuss Rights Concerns

BANGKOK — Amnesty International says a team of four from its headquarters in London traveled to Thailand to research the human rights situation in the kingdom following the May 22 coup. The non-governmental organization's investigators, who ...
 VOA News3 weeks ago
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