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Human Rights First Welcomes Regulations to Combat Human Trafficking in Federal Contracts
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Human Rights Defender Irom Sharmila should not be rearrested

January 23rd, 2015 New Delhi WinG India, a network of women human rights defenders welcomes the release of Irom Chanu Sharmila on the 22 January, 2015 by the court in Manipur rejecting charges of attempt to suicide. Sharmila has been on hunger ... E Pao, 6 days ago
Thailand: Human Rights in Free Fall Human Rights Watch, 1 day ago

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Human Rights Watch claims reforms fall short in Jordan

AMMAN — Human Rights Watch on Thursday said the Kingdom's Personal Status Law remains discriminatory despite amendments in 2010 which included widening women's access to divorce and child custody. Article 9 of Jordan's nationality law does not ...
 Jordan Times1 day ago Human Rights Watch claims 'reforms fall short' in Jordan  Zawya.com20 hours ago

Individual vs. Family Rights, from Ask the Experts' Gretchen Walther

By | Walther Family Law PUBLISHED: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 4:01 pm Biologically speaking, human beings are social animals. We are born hard-wired to connect. We group together; we form families, social networks and communities. We need ...
 Albuquerque Journal3 days ago
Human Rights First

Business, Government, and Civil Rights Leaders Develop Strategic Framework to Combat the Business of Human Trafficking

Washington, D.C . Prominent leaders from the business and financial sectors, law enforcement, the military, federal, state and local government, and civil rights community today committed to join a major public education and advocacy effort to ...
 Human Rights First1 day ago How Can Businesses Build Trust?  Social Dashboard6 days ago

Haiti - Security : RNDDH dismayed by the increase in acts of violence

28/01/2015 07:12:44 For several weeks, the Defense National Network of Human Rights (RNDDH) notes with dismay, an increase in acts of violence, especially during anti-government protests. These aggressions orchestrated against members of the ...
 Haitilibre.com2 days ago
Daily Star Egypt

Human rights situation in Egypt worst in 30 years: Gamal Eid

Egyptian security forces using water cannons to disperse protestors during a demonstration against the Protest Law in November 2013 (AFP PHOTO / KHALED DESOUKI) Gamal Eid is an attorney and human rights defender who founded the Arab Network for ...
 Daily Star Egypt1 week ago 16 dead in Egypt revolution protests  CNN3 days ago
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Human rights abuse: Police brutality and limitation of the law

A Report of alleged brutality of a sales girl by former Imo State Commissioner of Police, Adisa Bolanta, in Owerri competed favourably with other juicy news that came to hand, last week. Its human interest nature and recurrent penchant of the men of ...
 Daily Newswatch1 week ago

ABDULLAH - UN takes up rights abuses by Turkey

Turkey's deplorable human rights record, particularly regarding the terrible situation of press freedoms and a partisan judiciary, was registered at the highest level this week when many of the 193 UN member states raised serious concerns about the ...
 Zaman9 hours ago

OFL Statement by Sid Ryan: Labour Unions Will Challenge Past and Future Laws Armed with Supreme Court Ruling on Right to Strike

(Marketwired via COMTEX News Network) -- "Today's Supreme Court of Canada ruling is a game-changer in Canadian labour relations. Over the past decade we have seen governments at every level unilaterally strip a broad spectrum of public and private ...
 PredictWallStreet10 hours ago Supreme Court rules Sask. essential worker law unconstitutional  CNEWS13 hours ago

Political uncertainty in Afghanistan fuels decline in human rights

Afghanistan's fraught political transition and intensifying armed conflict have generated uncertainty placing the rights gains of the past decade at risk, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2015. Donor Pressure Crucial to Protect ...
 Africa News Wire23 hours ago Afghanistan: Political Uncertainty Fuels Rights Decline  Human Rights Watch1 day ago
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