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UN Commission on the Status of Women Affirms International Dedication to Ending All Forms of Violence Against Women

03/19/2013

United Nations member states ended the 57th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) by adopting agreed conclusions that affirmed international dedication to ending all forms of violence against women.

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PHR Joins Coalition to Arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

03/06/2013

Four years ago today, the International Criminal Court (ICC) issued an arrest warrant for Omar al-Bashir, President of Sudan, on seven counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity including killings, rape, and torture. On July 12, 2010, Bashir was also charged with three counts of genocide.

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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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Government of Bangladesh Blocking Humanitarian Aid for Rohingya

08/03/2012

Thai and Burmese press have reported that the Government of Bangladesh is cracking down on charitable organizations that offer assistance to Rohingya, an ethnic group that has faced endemic persecution and violence in Burma.

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PHR Demands that Government of Burma Rescind Citizenship Law

07/10/2012

The 1982 law authorized 135 enumerated ethnic groups for citizenship, and arbitrarily stripped others of their citizenship. NGOs call for the Citizenship Law to be replaced with a law that reflects basic principles of human rights and demonstrates adherence to international treaties.

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