Women are at the heart of Afghan society they need to be supported and their rights respected …Continue
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Hartal is one of deadliest weapons in Bangladesh used to press political demands. The most common phenomena associated with hartals are violence, deaths, injuries, and people burned alive. In recent weeks, during hartals by the opposition parties, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and the Jamat-e-Islami (JI), dozens of people were burned and many more dozens suffered injuries from attacks by pickets. The…Continue
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Bangladesh is increasingly becoming a dangerous place for minority communities. On November 2, 2013, Muslim thugs attacked Hindus, who constitute 8% of Bangladesh population, in the districts of Pabna and Lalmonirhat. Another minority group, the Bhuddists, who form 1% of total population, came under gruesome attacks from religious zealots in the district of Cox’s Bazaar from…Continue
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In September I was asked by the Red Elephant Foundation to write about my peacebuilding and advocacy work and my ambition to help Afghans bring peace to their country. Here is my frank peace talk entitled “Building…Continue
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If you appreciate journalism and storytelling in service of human rights and justice, read on.
The journalist Elizabeth Dickinson has a vital new e-single: Who Shot Ahmed? A Mystery Unravels in Bahrain's Botched Arab Spring. It is a compelling, fast paced read about a tragedy, a government coverup and a family's quest for justice. I'm biased because I served as the publisher, but you don't have to…Continue
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Interview with Juan Carlos Botero
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Venice Academy of Human Rights 2013
The Venice Academy of Human Rights will take place from 8 - 19 July 2013.
The theme of this year’s academy is ‘Obligations of States’
Online registration is open until 5 May 2013.
You can view the detailed programme here.…
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By Beverly Bell, Tory Field, and Deepa…Continue
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Calling out to future human rights defenders: only 5 days left to apply to E.MA!
The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation (EIUC) is accepting applications for the 17th…Continue
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For those in the Washington, DC area - Dr. Samia Al-Amoudi will be speaking this Saturday, Feb. 2nd on Women's Health Rights in Saudi Arabia. If you are interested in attending, and for further information, please contact Peace X Peace by email immediately at email@example.com, as space is limited.
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On the 64th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the…Continue
In October Kosovo held the International Women’s Summit – Partnership for Change: Empowering Women. It was a great event for Kosovo, pulling together local political figures and NGOs and drawing attention to a very important issue. One of the key outcomes of the summit was the agreement of participants to the Pristina Principles, a set of affirmations and goals…Continue
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Do you know it is International Peace Day on Friday 21st September?
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As Peace Day is nearly upon us, we at Pax Populi want to express our admiration and support for the brave and noble peacemakers of Afghanistan.
We believe in a peaceful Afghanistan and are calling for an…Continue
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In my last post, I considered one factor contributing to mass violence—a form of domestic terrorism–in the United States. That factor is the corrupting of the U.S. Constitution by extremist right wing groups—often supported by and aligned with the National Rifle Association.Continue
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In 2012, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) global will be celebrating its 60th Anniversary. In its sixty years of existence, the IPPF has grown from a federation of eight founding member organizations in 8 countries with an initial budget of $ 5 000…Continue
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Whilst it has been a somewhat silent history, Australia is no stranger to torture. As torture was employed on a regular basis against convicts brought to Australia, it was also inflicted on Aboriginal communities from 1788 and beyond. There are some horrific stories of broken bodies and unimaginable cruelty that have understandably been lost in history. However, this is the nature of torture; it inflicts silent suffering on its victims. When someone is tortured, their very humanity is…Continue
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Africa Undercover, a newly established medium to expose corruption, inept politicians and government officials who embezzle state funds in Africa, has published a damning article accusing Britain of granting entry visa to Julius Maada Bio, the SLPP opposition presidential candidate in…Continue
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The opposition Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) is a criminal organisation made up of remnants of various political make-ups of different governments that have ruled Sierra Leone over a period spanning 20 years. The recent selection of Julius Maada Bio as the presidential flag-bearer of this corrupt cabal of state fund looters came as…Continue
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