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Rajavi called on West about Iran

By siavoshhosseini, published on Apr 14, 2014

...affairs of other countries in the region."

Representatives of some 50 Iranian youth associations took part in the gathering on Saturday.

The representatives of Iranian youth associations underscored the points accentuated by Mrs. Rajavi at the European Parliament last week, “Human rights is the Achilles heel of this regime."

The young Iranian activists stipulated that in his 10-month dossier, Rouhani has shown that he is part and parcel of the mullahs’ regime with no mission other than to preserve the regime.

The representatives of Iranian youth associations... (more)

Tags: iraq, iran, human rights, paris, us, un, syria, rajavi, rouhani, maryam rajavi, iranian opposition, iranian youth, rudy giuliani, howard dean, michael mukasey, louis freeh

How to Save A Human Child

By Lumiere, published on Feb 22, 2014

...and our Communities to learn from the mistakes of the past and resolve to do better for the children who inherit this earth.

UNICEF is on a mission to make education a Priority, learn how you can help:http://www.unicef.org/education/

1- International Legislation to Protect Human Rights-

We are a global family, we share 1 planet. We must take measures to Protect our Environment and the Civil Rights of Future Generations. Whether it is Human Rights Abuses in Venezuela, Iraq, Zimbabwe, Republic of Congo, Kazakhstan, Equatorial Guinea, Belarus, Burkina Faso, Libya,... (more)

Tags: greenpeace, human rights, amnesty international, butterflies, bees, fracking, gardening, grow food not lawns, pacific garbage patch, clean water

Mandela Day – the remaking of South Africa.

By iancochrane, published on Jul 14, 2013

I’m back in Johannesburg for an extended African stay, after an absence of over 35 years. There's no immigration paperwork, and I'm simply issued a visa at the airport. From Perth it's been an 11hr flight, across the Indian Ocean, skirting Mauritius and Mozambique.

The city is waking to another sky of azure blue, the signature of a high veldt winter. But there are looming clouds: the uncertain health of the elder statesman Nelson Mandela, a remarkable man having once inspired a young Barack Obama to urge his college board of trustees to divest South African investments as a protest against... (more)

Tags: human rights, racism, south africa, nelson mandela, apartheid, johannesburg, robben island, anc

A New Ancien Régime

By Anastasia , published on Jan 20, 2013

Last August, in China’s Hunan province, a woman by the name of Tang Hui was sent to a labour camp, sentenced to eighteen months‘re-education’ for “seriously disturbing the social order and exerting a negative impact on society.” Why, you may wonder, what was her crime? Simply that she had repeatedly petitioned officials, saying that the sentences passed against the men who had kidnapped, raped and forced her eleven-year-old daughter into prostitution should have been more severe.

Times have changed, even in China. In times past Tang Hui would simply have vanished into night and fog.... (more)

Tags: china, human rights, law, injustice, labour camps

Bloggers Unite around Social Causes

By TonyBerkman, published on Dec 3, 2012

Social cause organizations that have an important cause and would like to become part of the online conversation, once again can reach out to bloggers on http://www.bloggersunite.org.

BloggersUnite was founded in 2008 by BlogCatalog, a blogger social network comprised of 100,000s of bloggers, and was taken down last year after the site was hacked.

BloggersUnite provides a place for anyone to reach out to bloggers. The organizer creates a social cause campaign, provides background information and resources for bloggers, and describes why the cause is important and a specific... (more)

Tags: social causes, animal rights, human rights, bloggers unite, aids, environmental causes, donors choose

NOTHING CAN BE DONE BY THOSE IDEALISTIC HOOTINGS

By dchaitanya, published on Mar 29, 2012

Democracy, Rule of Law, Human Rights, Media freedom, judicial reforms, all seems to be getting outdated issues day by day as no substantial reforms or achievements are seen in any of these fields since long time, except hearing these words like parrot-cries. And simply by hooting on those issues from time to time in one or the other plotforms of the media or in acadamic seminares by media tycoons, by social reformists, Judges, bureaucrats and Law makers, just we are making a show off to the innocent public through electronic and print media and projecting ourselves as sincere and honest intellectual... (more)

Tags: democracy, human rights, world news, judicial corruption, the hoot, judicial reforms, rule of law, political corruption, misuse of power

Chinese Harassment of Human Rights' Defender Chen Guangcheng

By TonyBerkman, published on Nov 13, 2011

...and physical abuse because of his work to investigate and uncover forced abortions and sterilizations by local authorities in Linyi.

Friday, Beijing accused Hillary Clinton of interfering in its affairs after the US Secretary of State expressed her concern's over China's human rights record when she said she was troubled by Bejing's treatment of ethnic and of Chen.

"We oppose foreign interference into China's internal affairs and judicial sovereignty," said Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Hong Lei at a briefing Friday whenasked to respond to Clinton's... (more)

Tags: human rights, forced abortions, forced sterilizations, china forced abortions, chen guangcheng, chinese communist party

The Lesbian Housewife

By Lumiere, published on Jun 20, 2011

... Iceland, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain and Sweden. In Mexico, same-sex marriages are only performed in Mexico City, but these marriages must be recognized by all 31 Mexican states. I'm still impressed that Mexico is more progressive than the United States in terms of Human Rights, now they just need better labor laws. Israel does not recognize same-sex marriages performed on its territory, but recognizes same-sex marriages performed in foreign jurisdictions.

While we see a shift in same-sex marriage and LGBT rights occuring, the Obama administration continues... (more)

Tags: human rights, lex lumiere, civil unions, lgbt, gay marriage, un gay rights, hrc, human rights campaign, charity buzz

From Stonewall to Same Sex Marriages

By Barkha Dhar, published on Jun 18, 2011

... Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community. Over four score years later, achieving equality for and full social acceptance of LGBT still remains an unforgettable dream. Many LGBTs, in the recent past, have been open and assertive about their sexual orientation through the support of advocacy and human rights groups. In the past, opinion polls have also shown a change of attitude and perceptions in many Americans, which led to the legalization of civil unions in many states in the U.S. However, civil unions and same-sex marriages are still restricted and are not deemed as an acceptable equal... (more)

Tags: new york, discrimination, civil rights, human rights, change, social issue, civil unions, gay marriages, lgbt, same-sex marriages, stonewall riots

Human Wrongs

By Anastasia , published on Jun 14, 2011

... hard constructions and strained inferences, for there is no worse torture than that of laws.

So wrote Sir Francis Bacon four hundred years ago. Not that much has changed; for some laws are torture and the interpretation of law even more tortuous, the interpretation specifically of the Human Rights Act. This legislation, part of the European Convention on Human Rights, was swallowed whole by the government of Tony Blair, which allowed it to pass into British law without any attempt at digestion. The result has been a huge stomach ache, with a headache added as a bonus.

It’s... (more)

Tags: politics, human rights, law, england

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