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Young Women for Change

A movement of young Afghan women and men advocating against sexual discrimination and inequality in Afghanistan. Today, on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, Amnesty International's Write for Rights campaign focuses on Young…Read More

How Does International Law Protect Human Rights?

How Does International Law Protect Human Rights? International human rights law lays down obligations which States are bound to respect. By becoming parties to international treaties, States assume obligations and duties under international law to respect,…Read More

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights

THE FOUNDATION OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW Humberto Calamari of Panama, Vice-Chairman of the UN General Assembly's Third (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) Committee, presiding, in 1958, over a meeting on the draft International Covenant on Civil and…Read More

Kyrgyzstan/Germany: Don’t Neglect Human Rights

(Berlin) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel should raise serious human rights concerns during talks with President Almazbek Atambaev of Kyrgyzstanon December 11, 2012. Atambaev is scheduled to meet with the chancellor in Berlin during his two-day visit to…Read More

Asian declaration allows Cambodia to flout human rights, warn campaigners

Critics fear south-east Asian human rights declaration sanctions Cambodian government's maltreatment of dissenters: Human rights groups in Cambodia fear a new south-east Asian declaration of human rights could conversely offer the government in Phnom Penh a…Read More

Recovery for Malala Yousufzai

The girl that was shot for standing up her rights! The human right of getting an education.

Malala Yousafzai story! Courage and Honor

The Girl That was shot by the Taliban for speaking her rights: The right of going to school and wanting an education..

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