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Amnesty report shows the UK failed to have protected global human rights workers during a pandemic

Amnesty report shows the UK failed to have protected global human rights workers during a pandemic

In its latest report, Amnesty International has accused United Kingdom of falling short of fulfilling its pledge and failing to protect human rights workers at the global frontline during vulnerable times of the Covid-19 pandemic.…

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Child labor the prime utilization in Brazil’s delivery apps

Child labor the prime utilization in Brazil’s delivery apps

Pandemic has highlighted the labour rights issues and violation of labours across the world. It has also brought to the forefront big problem of child labour as pandemic led to closure of schools and loss…

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Kalayaan charity highlights UK’s migrant domestic worker’s need for rights

Kalayaan charity highlights UK’s migrant domestic worker’s need for rights

According to Thompson Reuters Foundation News, a volunteer for ‘Kalayaan’ which is UK’s charity organization working to improve workers’ rights for migrant domestic laborers expressed that they were informed about a vaccine rollout. The organization wrote…

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Letter to President: Senators urge Biden over Turkey’s human rights crisis in the bipartisan letter

Letter to President: Senators urge Biden over Turkey’s human rights crisis in the bipartisan letter

On Tuesday a bipartisan majority of 54 United States Senators out of 100 signed a letter to Joe Biden, the 46th President of USA, over the ongoing human rights crisis in Turkey.  The bipartisan majority…

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COVID cremations of Sri Lankan Muslims in scrutiny as people call out its policies over humanitarian grounds

COVID cremations of Sri Lankan Muslims in scrutiny as people call out its policies over humanitarian grounds

UN Human Rights Committee (HRC) have received complain by Muslim families about Sri Lanka over its policy of enforced cremations of people confirmed or suspected to have succumbed to Covid-19. The group of people have…

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China-Australia tensions worsen with the arrest of Australian journalist

China-Australia tensions worsen with the arrest of Australian journalist

Tensions amid China and Australia worsen after Australian Television journalist Cheng Lei has been arrested in China following a half year in detainment on suspicion of spying providing state secrets abroad, Australia’s Foreign Minister Marise…

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Human rights groups demand a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics

Human rights groups demand a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics

Human rights groups call for boycotting 2022 Beijing Olympics to protest abuses against Uighurs The Chinese government has been facing global criticism for its human rights abuses against Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minorities in…

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UNHRC urges both farmers and the Indian government to exert ‘maximum restraint’

UNHRC urges both farmers and the Indian government to exert ‘maximum restraint’

Observing the increasing tensions between the Indian government and protesting farmers, who have been demonstrating against newly introduced farm laws, the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on Friday, urged both sides to exercise ‘maximum…

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Uzbek Cotton Frees Children From Forced Labour, Finally!

Uzbek Cotton Frees Children From Forced Labour, Finally!

It is finally good news in the starting of a new year as systemic abuse of power ends in the cotton trade. This has been observed especially in Uzbekistan that was making use of underage…

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Beijing Winter Olympics: Human rights groups call for a boycott of 2022 Olympics in China

Beijing Winter Olympics: Human rights groups call for a boycott of 2022 Olympics in China

Massive and consistent human rights abuses by China have triggered 180 human rights groups to boycott Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics as a protest and call for action. The groups are mainly regional and out in…

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