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Science and Justice in Afghanistan

04/27/2012

With the backing of PHR, the Afghanistan Forensic Science Organization (AFSO) was officially launched in Kabul on March 7, 2012. The AFSO was created by eighteen participants of PHR’s 2010 forensic training program in Afghanistan, and funded through PHR’s International Forensic Program.

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Obama’s Attempt to Prevent Mass Atrocities is Positive First Step

08/16/2011

Recently the Obama Administration unveiled landmark legislation which has the potential to strengthen how the US deals with the prevention of mass atrocities and serious human rights violations. The inter-agency Atrocities Prevention Board (PSD-10) aims to close existing gaps in US law and provide new economic, diplomatic, and political deterrents to ensure that the US responds swiftly and unequivocally to all manner of human rights violators.

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Hope for Justice in Afghanistan Comes from Afghans

09/27/2010

Stefan Schmitt, Director of PHR's International Forensic Program, writing from Kabul, where I'm working with local partners to host a conference on truth seeking and the role of forensic science. Against a news cycle dominated with charges of corruption and threats of instability, I want to share news of a different sort from Afghanistan

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