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Dr. Denis Mukwege

Standing in Solidarity with Medical Colleagues and the People of South Kivu

10/31/2012

Today, we at Physicians for Human Rights stand in solidarity with our medical colleagues and the people of South Kivu in the aftermath of the chilling and brazen attack against Dr. Denis Mukwege and his household last Thursday.

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Standing With Our Courageous and Visionary Colleagues in the DRC

10/26/2012

It has been less than two weeks since our return from Bukavu, DRC, and now Dr. Denis Mukwege and his family have been the targets of armed violence while defending the rights of victims of sexual violence in the region.

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UN Advisor Says Solitary Confinement in the US is Torture

10/16/2012

For all the controversy over whether solitary confinement should ever be used in American prisons and jails, the evidence is clear: Isolation for 23 hours a day causes severe and often irreversible psychological damage.

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Combating Gender-Based Violence as a US Policy Priority

10/11/2012

The American policymaking and civil society community should take inspiration from the Tunisian woman who refused to be a silent victim and the countless others like her, and work together to fight against sexual and gender-based violence, in all its forms.

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PHR Joins Amicus Brief in Spanish Court to Hold US Officials Accountable for Torture

10/03/2012

On Sept. 25, PHR joined a group of international human rights experts and organizations in filing an amicus brief on an appeal before the Spanish Supreme Court. The case seeks to hold accountable six senior legal advisers in the Bush administration who allegedly facilitated the torture and abuse of people detained at Guantánamo and other detention sites overseas.

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