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Giving Refuge: Reflections on Working with Asylum Seekers


In the newspapers, we read wrenching stories about suffering in faraway places such as Sudan, Rwanda, Congo, and Myanmar; through this work, these stories have become real to me.

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Refugees in America: Faces and Stories Behind the Refugee Protection Act


A 29-year-old mother of three from the Republic of Congo who was arrested, detained, accused of anti-government activities because of her ethnicity, tortured and raped repeatedly by military officers for more than a year before escaping and finding her way to the US to seek asylum.

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Women in Darfur: One Year On


Last Thursday marked the end of General Gration's first 12 months as US Special Envoy to Sudan - an event that closely followed the one year anniversary of the Government of Sudan's expulsion of humanitarian organizations in March 2009...

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Human Rights = Healthy Women: 3 Days Left to be One of 10,000!


To the more than 2,200 of you who have urged your Senators to protect women's rights and women's health by Ratifying CEDAW: Thank You! We are more than halfway through the 10,000 in 10 Campaign, and really need your help to reach our goal of 10,000 signatures to support CEDAW.

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Rights Groups Call for Independent Autopsy of Iranian Doctor Who Treated Tortured Prisoners


Physicians for Human Rights, Amnesty International, and the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran sent a letter to Iranian authorities on November 25 to ask for a full, transparent and independent investigation into the suspicious death of Dr. Ramin Pourandarjani, a physician who had examined prisoners wounded and killed during the 2009 Iranian election protests.

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