In this context, I am using "aid and abet" in a very specific legal sense: the generally agreed-upon standard is knowingly providing substantial assistance to a specific human rights abuse
21 (Allafrica) Liberia's relatively young Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR) is about to test its "milk teeth" as it prepares to launch an investigation into the first major case of human rights abuse
filed against the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).
Importantly, this dreadful catalogue of the Indonesian military's 'tolerated mass killings, summary executions, torture and rape', as well as thwarted self-determination and other forms of human rights abuse
, is given context and agency.
human rights abuse
in Nicaragua or H Salvador during this time.
Cuba, Zimbabwe, and Saudi Arabia have been named to the five-member group called the Working Group on Situations, which is the screening panel that decides which accusations of human rights abuse
will be scrutinized by the UN Human Rights Commission.
The ministry is also responsible for the running of Japan's prisons, the subject of frequent human rights abuse
Such cases [of forced conversion] deal with one of the biggest human rights abuse
problems," Peter Jacob of the Bishops' Peace and Justice Commission told Asia News.
Today more than ever, given the unabated ethnic and racial strife that prevails throughout the world, teaching about human rights and human rights abuse
must become a priority in our schools,'' Wildman said.
Conscripts who attempt to escape their service face imprisonment, torture, and other forms of human rights abuse
The GNC has an opportunity to break with the cycle of human rights abuse
, impunity and repression of dissent that characterized four decades of systematic human rights violations in al-Gaddafi's Libya.
There is a dire need for both state and federal governments to look more closely at this horrific human rights abuse
The rape of men in prison is a serious human rights abuse
that is dehumanizing and sometimes deadly.