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Figures show 350 odd crimes being committed against children daily in India in 2020

Figures show 350 odd crimes being committed against children daily in India in 2020

India – As per the latest data, there were around 1,48,185 cases of crime against children in 2019. It equates to 400 such crimes everyday committed in India is against children. Officials from the child rights…

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Where does Europe stand on LGBTQ rights? How gay marriage has brought differences in the region?

Where does Europe stand on LGBTQ rights? How gay marriage has brought differences in the region?

Europe – Europe has been under scanner for its conservatism for a long time. Despite exhibiting some of the most developed, financially stable nations, it has been under severe scrutiny for its LGBTQ rights, which…

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Human Rights Organizations appeal to Biden Administration to be more inclusive about Immigrants in United States(US)

Human Rights Organizations appeal to Biden Administration to be more inclusive about Immigrants in United States(US)

United States– 57 civil and human rights organizations write to higher organizations to reconsider and prioritize a pathway for citizenship and immigrants in the budget reconciliation bill. These people who come to United States as…

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One-Stop Service available for Migrant Workers in Taiwan

One-Stop Service available for Migrant Workers in Taiwan

Taiwan – Taiwan’s Ministry of Labor (MOL) announced that they are drafting a plan to provide newly arrived migrant workers with a “one-stop” service. With this new policy it will enable them to have access…

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Russia furthers its crackdown on human rights groups

Russia furthers its crackdown on human rights groups

Russia – Human Rights Watch (HRW) has expressed dismay at the Russian authorities’ strict action against three local human rights groups. Bringing the ‘foreign organizations law’ into practice, authorities imposed arbitrary, draconian bureaucratic penalties against…

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Only vaccinated people to get entry in large events, crowded venues: Scottish Govt

Only vaccinated people to get entry in large events, crowded venues: Scottish Govt

Scotland – Scottish officials have expressed their concerns over the announcement of allowing travelers who have received both the vaccine shots to attend large gatherings, events. Many believe that this may be too specific to…

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Australian Government says, “Australia needs to be wary of Human Rights in Business sector”

Australian Government says, “Australia needs to be wary of Human Rights in Business sector”

Australian Government has been recently called on to be wary and cautious of business which involves human rights harms. Recently, a report from Australian Human Rights Commission and the Australian Human Rights Institute at UNSW…

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UN expresses dismay at human rights violations in Belarus of Europe

UN expresses dismay at human rights violations in Belarus of Europe

Belarus of Europe continues to face its largest human rights crisis in modern history. About 35,000 people have been subjected to detention in degrading conditions. A total of 674 people are recognized as political prisoners,…

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Migrant workers of Singapore to still live under perpetual state of lockdown

Migrant workers of Singapore to still live under perpetual state of lockdown

Only 60 people in Singapore have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic first emerged, and 82 percent of its population is now fully vaccinated against the disease. However, to be cautious, Singapore Government has still…

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Myanmar crisis is escalating towards full-blown catastrophic civil war, warns UN High Commissioner

Myanmar crisis is escalating towards full-blown catastrophic civil war, warns UN High Commissioner

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has released a new report that entails widespread human rights violations in Myanmar at the hands of its military since February’s coup, many…

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