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State of the Union Address Neglected Human Rights


PHR today expressed disappointment that President Obama failed to mention a specific human rights agenda in Tuesday’s State of the Union address. PHR had previously called on the president to seize the opportunity to lay out in detail his strategy to combat torture and mass atrocities around the world.

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President Obama's State of the Union Message Should Reestablish US as Human Rights Leader


PHR strongly urges President Obama to take the opportunity of tonight’s State of the Union address to lay out his human rights agenda. He should explain how he will uphold these core human rights values of the United States and insure that his policies will extend beyond his administration, so that the US once again becomes a beacon for human rights around the world.

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Deep Disappointment Follows Senate’s Rejection of UN Convention on Persons with Disabilities


PHR is deeply disappointed at today’s Senate vote not to adopt the UN Convention on Persons with Disabilities.

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Africa: US Rep. Karen Bass Announces New House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Staff Director


AllAfrica reports on California Representative Karen Bass's appointment of former PHR senior policy associate Eric Williams to Staff Director. Bass is the Ranking Member of the House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, and Human Rights.

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Columbia University Libraries Acquires The Physicians for Human Rights Archives

Columbia University Libraries

Columbia University Libraries' Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research announced the acquisition of PHRs' Archives, a collection consisting of records, photographs, video, audio, case files of investigative data, and much more.

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