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Xi Jinping preaches human rights as Beijing suppresses Tibetans

Xi Jinping preaches human rights as Beijing suppresses Tibetans

China - is in poor condition and there are numerous possible causes for this. Economic and demographic factors are, of course, the first, to name a couple: The one-child policy has been in place for

China Fails To Protect Women’s Rights

China Fails To Protect Women’s Rights

China - has failed to protect women’s rights in the country. Chinese women continue to play a peripheral role in the male-dominated society. China cannot tolerate women’s rights in the country. Women are reportedly suppressed

UN human rights chief urges ‘independent’ probe of Sudan killings

UN human rights chief urges ‘independent’ probe of Sudan killings

Sudan - The Sudanese government was urged by the UN on Friday to launch an independent investigation into the claimed nine deaths caused by security personnel during protests. Michelle Bachelet, the head of the UN

Human Trafficking Goes Unnoticed As Truck Trailer Traffic Rises On US-Mexico Border

Human Trafficking Goes Unnoticed As Truck Trailer Traffic Rises On US-Mexico Border

United States - As news of humans being carried as objects on the Mexican border in a trailer come to light, what has also come to light is the pathetic desperation amongst people to cross

Occupational Safety Becomes Priority For ILO

Occupational Safety Becomes Priority For ILO

The International Labor Organization (ILO) made a landmark decision in its June International conference. It has actually adopted safe and healthy working environment as one of its five fundamental principles and rights at work for

MEA calls UN Human Rights office’s remarks on Setalvad “completely unwarranted”

MEA calls UN Human Rights office’s remarks on Setalvad “completely unwarranted”

India - The arrest of Teesta Setalvad and two other people was deemed "totally unnecessary" and an interference with India's autonomous legal system by the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) a day after the UN

Female genital mutilation affects around 35,000 women in Belgium

Female genital mutilation affects around 35,000 women in Belgium

Belgium - It is incorrect to believe that western nations are unaffected by the fact that at least 200 million girls and women around the world have undergone some type of FGM, even though the

Nigerian Child Advocacy Groups Urge For Domestication Of Child Act 2003

Nigerian Child Advocacy Groups Urge For Domestication Of Child Act 2003

West Africa - The Child Rights Act needs to be domesticated soon, is the basic cry out from the children of Africa. This can be done only when child sensitive policies and strategies can be

American Women Are Afraid Of Period-Tracking Apps After Roe Vs Wade Verdict

American Women Are Afraid Of Period-Tracking Apps After Roe Vs Wade Verdict

United States - American women are afraid of period-tracking apps after the United States Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe vs Wade judgment, taking away abortion rights from American women that had been there since

Human rights collective demands Teesta Setalvad’s release

Human rights collective demands Teesta Setalvad’s release

India - At the approaching UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva in November, a group of human rights organizations has stated that India will be questioned about how it treats human rights advocates. The

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