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Vietnam: Escalating Persecution of Bloggers

Recent Arrests, Physical Attacks Require Strong Diplomatic Response JUNE 19, 2013, HRW Enlarge Rights activist Nguyen Hoang Vi distributing Universal Declaration of Human Rights to people on May 5 at April 30 park. © Dan Lam Bao 2013 Vietnam’s strategy… Continue Reading →

Uphold #FOE, Condemn Fabricated cases against Film and Media persons in Kerala

ViBGYOR Film Collective condemns the fabricated charges leveled against five reputed Cultural, film and media persons of Kerala. Kerala police has charged cases against K.P Sasi, the renowned Film maker and activist, I Shanmukhadas, a well known Film Critic, Prasannakumar… Continue Reading →

#Odisha – Campaign on policy intervention for Women land rights #womenrights

  The situation of Dalit, tribal & marginalize women in needs special attention. They are one of the largest socially segregated groups anywhere.  However, women facing multiple oppressions that violate their fundamental rights. Now the real situations of Dalit, tribal… Continue Reading →

Amnesty asks India to commute Guru’s death sentence #deathpenalty

  London, December 14 (KMS: The human rights watchdog, Amnesty International has expressed concern over the fate of mercy petitions including that of a Kashmir youth, Afzal Guru whose sentence, according to the Amnesty, by a special court under the… Continue Reading →

We are WOMEN and Our VOICES COUNT!- #HumanRights Day-2012

Dear Friends, Greetings from IWRAW Asia Pacific! It is the 10th of December once again and we would like to wish you all a Happy Human Rights Day! The theme this year – My Voice Counts –reminds us about the… Continue Reading →

Snapshots- May 3, World Press Freedom Day 2012

Theme 2012: New Voices: Media Freedom Helping to Transform Societies World Press Freedom Day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in December 1993, following the recommendation of UNESCO’s General Conference. Since then, 3 May, the anniversary of the Declaration of… Continue Reading →

Appeal from a daughter in Bangladesh – ‘ Give justice to my mother Saira “

Sami  Ahmed says Twenty  years ago the Bangladesh government broke the Universal Declaration of Human Rights when they allowed the child marriage of my mother, Saira Ahmed, to a British paedophile. The purpose of this petition is to generate enough… Continue Reading →

Facebook Censorship – Abortion Rights

On Decemeber 30, 2011 , Facebook removed the profile picture of Rebecca Gomperts, which was text with information about how women can do abortions safely by themselves. Dr Gomperts is a well-known abortion rights activist and the Director of Women… Continue Reading →

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