Tag: Crime against Humanity

June 15, 2019

Rights Czar Visit to China Continge...

In January, China’s foreign ministry welcomed U.N. officials to visit the region, provided they “abide by Chinese law and comply with relevant procedures,” and “avoid interfering in domestic matters or undermining [China’s] sovereignty”

June 14, 2019

Parents of Drowned Uyghur Child Lik...

Though Beijing initially denied the existence of re-education camps, China has tried to change the discussion, describing the facilities as “boarding schools” that provide vocational training for Uyghurs, discourage radicalization and help protect the country from terrorism

June 7, 2019

Honduras: Abortion Ban’s Dire Con...

Honduras’ total ban on abortion in all circumstances puts women and girls in danger and violates their rights, Human Rights Watch said today, releasing a web feature on the topic

Myanmar Protester’s Body is Retur...

The body of a Myanmar villager who died in prison this week was handed over to family members on Thursday, with prison authorities forcing relatives to sign a pledge beforehand not to raise a fuss over wounds seen on the body suggesting the man was killed in custody

June 4, 2019

Uighur Activists Lobby for US Bill ...

Rights groups say detainees in the camps face death, torture and various abuses such as being forced to renounce Islam and consume pork and alcohol. The groups repeatedly criticize the international community for not doing enough to hold Chinese authorities accountable.

May 30, 2019

UN Condemns Rising Antisemitism in ...

The U,N. human rights office condemns the rise of antisemitic incidents in Europe and the United States and urges governments to redouble efforts to combat all forms of racism and intolerance

May 28, 2019

Egypt: Serious Abuses, War Crimes i...

Human Rights Watch’s two-year investigation documented crimes including mass arbitrary arrests, enforced disappearances, torture, extrajudicial killings, and possibly unlawful air and ground attacks against civilians

May 27, 2019

Rights Group Presses Islamic World ...

The HRW campaign uses tweets and Facebook posts to prod the OIC into action, asking its members to help call out China and support efforts to monitor the treatment of Uyghurs at the UN rights meeting next month

May 26, 2019

DR Congo: Girls’ Lives Shattered ...

The 76-page report, “‘All That I Have Lost’: Impact of Attacks on Education for Women and Girls in Kasai Central Province – Democratic Republic of Congo,” is based on over 55 interviews with female students, as well as principals and teachers from schools that were attacked in the region

May 20, 2019

Yemen’s War: Children Paying ...

The war in Yemen is between the Houthis, who currently hold the north, including the capital Sana’a, and forces loyal to the government of Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, who was forced from the capital in 2015 and is recognized as the Yemeni president by the United Nations

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