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The Crisis in Syria Turns Four


Ahead of the four-year anniversary of the crisis in Syria, Physicians for Human Rights and partner organizations call on permanent members of the UN Security Council to refrain from using their veto power when confronted with a crisis in which civilians are at impending risk of atrocity crimes.

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Public Health Leaders Join PHR in Call to End Unnecessary Ebola Quarantines


Prominent leaders express concern over decisions by U.S. Governors to impose mandatory 21-day quarantine on health care workers returning from West African countries.

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States Should Not Issue Blanket Quarantine Orders for Medical Workers Returning from Ebola-Stricken Countries


The decision by several states, including Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York, to impose a mandatory quarantine on health workers – mostly volunteers – returning from the three countries in West Africa where there is a significant Ebola outbreak should be reversed.

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International Cooperation and Assistance in the Context of the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa


This statement provides in-depth analysis on the obligations of the international community and the immediate and long-term actions it must take in light of the Ebola outbreak.

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NGOs Welcome Unprecedented Step Towards Increased Aid in Syria


Physicians for Human Rights and partner NGOs welcome the United Nations Security Council resolution, which directly authorizes UN agencies and their implementing partners to deliver aid across Syria’s borders and conflict lines.

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