Human Rights

Urgent Action Needed To Protect Vietnamese Workers Trafficked To Serbia

Urgent action is required to assist and protect some 400 Vietnamese migrant workers who were allegedly trafficked to Serbia, experts appointed by the UN Human Rights Council said on Friday. 
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Un Experts Warn Taliban Erasing Women From Public Life

It was the United Nations along with many individual nations that tried to present the Taliban as a group that might relax its core principles and be willing to negotiate its harsh stance on women’s rights and human rights in general. The...
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Human Rights Violations And Culture Of Impunity In South Asia

South Asian countries grappling with the erosion of democratic norms, growing authoritarianism, the crackdown on freedom of press, speech and dissent, a report by Human Rights Watch says. Credit: 2017 Paula Bronstein for Human Rights WatchBy Sania...

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Chevron, Total Exit Myanmar Over Deteriorating Human Rights

TotalEnergies and Chevron, two of the world’s largest energy conglomerates, are stopping all operations in Myanmar
Related topics: Chevron Corporation, Myanmar

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Howe Defends Newcastle’s Saudi Trip Despite ‘sportswashing’ Fears

London (AFP) – Eddie Howe confirmed on Friday that Newcastle would travel to Saudi Arabia for a training camp despite a fresh warning from Amnesty International that the kingdom was “trying to sportswash their appalling human rights...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, London, Amnesty International

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Review: 'unsilenced' Immersively Dramatizes Political Oppression In China

The fact-based drama 'Unsilenced,' directed by Leon Lee, explores censorship and human rights abuses in China. With Ting Wu and Sam Trammell.
Related topics: China, Censorship

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Rights Groups Push Facebook To Release India Human Rights Assessment

The growing calls to release the report come as a heated state election season gets underway in India and amid a spate of recent calls for violence against Muslims by Hindu nationalists.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, India

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Bachelet Asks For $400.5 Million To Support Full ‘agenda Of Rights’

UN Human Rights Chief, Michelle Bachelet, launched on Wednesday a $400.5 million funding appeal for 2022, urging States and private donors to support her “agenda of rights”.

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Israel Demolishes Palestinian Home, Arrests Family In Flash-point Jerusalem Neighborhood

Foreign governments and human rights groups condemned the eviction, one of several proposed in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of Arab East Jerusalem.
Related topics: Israel, Jerusalem

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Xi Jinping Forced 10,000 People Who Fled Overseas To Return To China Through An Operation Called...

Xi Jinping's administration has touted Operation Sky Net as part of the president's anti-graft campaign, but its clandestine operations include sending agents overseas to intimidate fugitives and government targets, the report says.Kevin...
Related topics: China

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A Neighbor’s Noisy Toilet Is A Human Rights Violation, Italy’s Top Court Rules

The court cited rulings by the European Court of Human Rights to conclude a 19-year legal battle that began when a couple complained that their neighbors' toilet was keeping them awake.
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Big Shock: Guy Who Fled Political Violence And Became Rich In Tech Now Struggles To Care About...

'I recognize that I come across as lacking empathy,' billionaire VC admits Billionaire tech investor and ex-Facebook senior executive Chamath Palihapitiya was publicly blasted after he said nobody cared about the reported human rights abuse of...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Aoc Called Out As "fake Progressive" By Anti-war Protesters At Her Office

AOC Called Out As "Fake Progressive" By Anti-War Protesters At Her Office Authored by Brian Terrell via AntiWar.com,  On Friday, January 14, about thirty members of a coalition of American and International antiwar and human rights...
Related topics: Protests, Activism

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Bachelet: Women’s Participation Forging Peace Worldwide, ‘vastly Worse’ Post Pandemic

With COVID-19, the situation for women human rights defenders and the prospects for women's full participation in building peace, has become “vastly worse”, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said on Tuesday.

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Turkey Extends Osman Kavala’s Prison Term, Defying Europe

Trevor Filseth Osman Kavala, Turkey Osman Kavala has been imprisoned since 2017 while denying any wrongdoing. His next hearing is scheduled for Feburary 21, after a deadline set by Human Rights Watch’s Europe and Central Asia branch to release...
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Torture Claims Filed Against New Interpol Leader From Uae

The French lawyer for a jailed human rights defender in the United Arab Emirates has filed a torture complaint against the new president of Interpol, Maj. Gen. Ahmed Nasser al-Raisi
Related topics: United Arab Emirates

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Houthis Slam Saudi Arabia, Uae For Bombing Residential Areas In Yemeni Capital

DOHA (Sputnik) - The human rights ministry of the Houthi movement has condemned Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for bombing residential areas in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa, which killed 23 people.
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates

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Chamath Palihapitiya Says 'human Rights Matter' But Stops Short Of Apologizing After Saying He...

Chamath Palihapitiya.REUTERS/Brendan McDermid Palihapitiya told a podcast last week that he doesn't care about China's Uyghur genocide. "It's not a priority for me," the venture capitalist and co-owner of the Warriors had...
Related topics: Reuters, Podcasts, China

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“if Your Mother – Your Sister Were Getting Raped In Those Camps – Would You Still Think About...

This past weekend, Chamath Palihapitiya, a part-owner and director of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors and the founder and CEO of Social Capital, disregarded China’s human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims in a podcast interview. Chamath...
Related topics: China, Podcasts

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Experts Decry Measures To ‘steadily Erase’ Afghan Women And Girls In Public Life

Taliban leaders in Afghanistan are institutionalizing large scale and systematic gender-based discrimination and violence against women and girls, independent UN human rights experts warned on Monday.
Related topics: Taliban, Afghanistan

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