This 9-page white paper, published March 17, 2010, on the eve of the US Special Envoy to Sudan's first twelve months in office, urges the US Envoy to address the urgent need of women and girls in Darfur through diplomatic efforts and the resources appropriated to the office for urgent peace and security interventions.
Bangladeshi authorities have waged an unprecedented campaign of arbitrary arrest, illegal expulsion, and forced internment against Burmese refugees. In this emergency report, PHR presents new data and documents dire conditions for these persecuted Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.
PHR has done considerable research on the impact of psychological torture techniques used by US personnel on terrorist suspect detainees and has now applied that work in a new context: Domestic US incarceration and treatment of prisoners.
Developing Rights-based Health Systems and Overcoming the Global Health Workforce Crisis: Proposals for the Obama Administration's Global Health Initiative
The Obama Administration is in the process of developing an integrated strategy on global health, the Global Health Initiative (GHI). PHR has developed an extensive set of recommendations for how the GHI can support rights-based health systems.
Stigma, Discrimination, and PEPFAR Partnership Framework Agreements: An Analysis of Selected Issues in Five Agreements
PHR has analyzed how four final and one draft PEPFAR partnership framework agreement have addressed several issues related to stigma and discrimination: legal and regulatory reform, stigma and discrimination in the health sector, and recognition of the need to address stigma and discrimination against people with disabilities. Partnership framework agreements set out the strategic framework for how the United States and partner countries will cooperate in combating AIDS over the next five years, and will be followed by more detailed implementation plans.