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Udupi: Justice Nayak stresses need for human rights awareness

Udupi: Justice Nayak stresses need for human rights awareness

Pics: Umesh Marpalli Daijiworld Media Network — Udupi (HB) Udupi, Aug 11: An interaction programme with Nadoja Dr S R Nayak, former chief justice, was held at Poornaprajna College, Udupi, at the college auditorium on Monday August 10. The ... Daijiworldcom, 3 weeks ago

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Business & Human Rights

Law Society Business and Human Rights Programme: Launch of England and Wales outreach series

Overview You can hardly open the newspaper these days without a business and human rights issue featuring on the front cover. Whether it is the collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh, the enslavement of cockle pickers in Morecambe Bay, or ...
 Business & Human Rights6 days ago CMHR: The Unbearable Lightness of Inclusion  Canadian Dimension1 week ago Humanitarian Principles: the Word Behind the Deed  Russian International Affairs Council2 weeks ago UN Human Rights Council: Create Commission of Inquiry for Yemen  Amnesty International USA2 weeks ago

Morocco: In an Express Violation of Right to Freedom of Speech & Peaceful Assembly, Security Forces Disperse an Event for Democratic Way Party Calling for Boycotting Elections

ANHRI, the Arabic Network for Human Rights information, denounced dealing violently with activists of Democratic Way Party, by Moroccan police forces. The activists were calling on people to boycott the parliamentary elections that are scheduled on ...
 ANHRI6 days ago
United Nations

UN rights expert urges Mauritania to repeal bill threatening civil society groups

10 August 2015 A United Nations human rights expert today called upon the Mauritanian Parliament to reject a draft law on civil society associations that, without public consultations, was approved last month by the Council of Ministers. ...
 United Nations3 weeks ago

UN Report Card Gives US Failing Grade on Human Rights

These low grades suggest the U.S. has a long way to go before it is in compliance with international law, said Faiza Patel of the Brennan Center for Justice. (Photo: amboo who? /flickr/cc) This post was originally published on Common Dreams . See ...
 Disinformation1 month ago
The Guardian Nigeria

The law, justice and national development (3)

Continued from yesterday THE courts in a democracy are supposed to ensure and maintain the rule of the law. The rule of law is today universally recognised to be reflected in, among other elements, the supremacy of the law, in the respect for ...
 The Guardian Nigeria5 days ago Egypt: Counterterrorism Law Erodes Basic Rights  Human Rights Watch2 weeks ago Tunisia: Parliament Passes Anti-Terrorism Law  ACQ Magazine2 weeks ago IFEX members' thoughts on Egypt's newly-enacted anti-terrorism law  Ifex2 weeks ago
Sydney Morning Herald

View from the Street: So human rights breaches aren't a great investment, then?

NBN: Not broadband now? Tomorrow the government will be presented with their report regarding the future of the National Broadband Network. And the timing couldn't be better for the Prime Minister Tony Abbott. Said report is basically going to ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Media Nama

Privacy: Amobee user tracker found on some tests from Airtel users

A report from human rights organization Access indicates that in some cases, Indian telecom operator Bharti Airtel was inserting a tracking header in the connections of some users. While the data sample is clearly very small only four tests ...
 Media Nama2 weeks ago
Trade Arabia

UAE records drop in human trafficking cases

The number of reported human trafficking cases in the UAE has decreased last year, as compared to the previous three years, according to a top official. Brigadier Ahmed Mohammed Nehkairah, head of Human Rights Department and head of the ...
 Trade Arabia2 weeks ago Human Trafficking Cases Drop in 2014, Compared to Previous Three Years  Libya Business Info2 weeks ago
World News Australia

Comment: Sorry Amnesty, decriminalising sex work will not protect human rights

Heather Brunskell-Evans , University of Leicester Amnesty International declares itself to have an overarching commitment to advancing gender equality and women's rights . Against the backdrop of this ethical aspiration, a controversial new ...
 World News Australia2 weeks ago Decriminalising sex work will not protect human rights  Descrier2 weeks ago Sex trade survivors: 'Amnesty wants to decriminalise every human rights violation intrinsic to prostitution'  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
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