Philippines: UN Rights Body Fails to Act

(Geneva) – The United Nations Human Rights Council dealt victims of human rights violations in the Philippines a serious blow

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UN Rights Body Should Debate Xinjiang Report

This week the credibility of the United Nations Human Rights Council is on the line over an extraordinarily modest request:

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Ukraine: Three Men’s Bodies Found in Forest

(Kyiv, October 4, 2022) – Russian-affiliated forces unlawfully detained and apparently killed at least three civilian men, then dumped their

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Liberia: US War Crimes Ambassador’s Visit

(Monrovia) – The United States government should stand with victims of civil wars-era crimes in Liberia by signaling its support for a war

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Honduras: Select Supreme Court Based on Merit

(Washington, DC) – Honduras should select the members of the new Supreme Court for their qualifications, experience, and integrity, Human

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Guinea Stadium Trial to Resume

Exactly thirteen years after Guinea’s security forces massacred peaceful protesters in a stadium, those accused of being responsible went on

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Nigeria Agrees to End Military Detention of Children

In 2019, a colleague and I interviewed dozens of children in northeast Nigeria who had been detained in horrific conditions

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Kyrgyzstan-Tajikistan Conflict Leaves Children without Education

Kayirgul is a bright 9-year-old elementary school student from Ak-Sai village in southern Kyrgyzstan. Her village was one of the

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UN Rights Body Rules Australia Failed to Protect from Climate Change

The United Nations Human Rights Committee on September 23 found that the Australian government had violated the rights of Indigenous

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Fictitious Annexation Follows ‘Voting’ at Gunpoint

Vladimir Putin has just signed a document claiming to annex four Russia-occupied Ukrainian territories in Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia and Kherson

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