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U.S. Withdrawal from Human Rights Council Undermines Accountability


Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is deeply disappointed and concerned by the United States government’s decision to withdraw from the UN Human Rights Council, a move it called counterproductive and damaging.

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Civilians Must Be Protected as Hudeidah Comes Under Assault


Physicians for Human Rights is horrified by an attack launched today by the Saudi-led coalition on the Yemeni city of Hudeidah, despite repeated calls for all parties to exercise military restraint on this vital port which serves as a lifeline to hundreds of thousands of civilians.

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Yemeni Port of Hudeidah, a Civilian Lifeline, Must Remain Operational


PHR condemns any military assault on Hudeidah and calls on the United States, France, and the UK – as well as regional players – to take swift action and leadership to give the international community a strong voice against this planned military assault, and to push for an immediate and lasting ceasefire.

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PHR Signs Joint Letter Urging UN Secretary General to Act on Saudi Arabia


PHR joins NGO call urging UN Secretary General to act on Saudi Arabia.

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Physicians for Human Rights Honors Heroes of Health Care and Human Rights


PHR held its annual gala dinner on Wednesday night (May 2) at the Mandarin Oriental in New York, attended by some 250 human rights advocates and activists across industries and sectors, including physicians, philanthropists, journalists, and others who support the important work done by PHR.

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