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.
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.
Human Trafficking and Human Rights Abuse
prevalent among overseas foreign workers
As we continue to provide security assistance for the government of Nepal, we are making our concerns known regarding suspension of the electoral process and numerous human rights abuse
allegations against the government security forces and Maoists alike.
Reported Human Rights Abuses
in 1998 Human Rights Abuse
Number of Countries Extrajudicial executions 47 Death penalty executions 36 Prisoners under sentence of death 77 "Disappearances" 37 Torture and ill-treatment by security 125 forces, police, or other state authorities Torture or ill-treatment, lack of medical 51 care, or cruel, inhumane, or degrading prison conditions leading to deaths in custody Prisoners of conscience 78 Political prisoners receiving unfair trials 35 People arbitrarily arrested and detained or 66 in detention without charge or trial Paramilitary groups committing serious 37 human rights abuses
, such as the deliberate killings of civilians, torture, and hostage-taking
Could the EU soon have an "abuse-free product label certifying that no human rights abuse
had been committed at any stage in its production?
I certainly acknowledge every human rights abuse
in every administration.
Summary: Collective fight against human rights abuse
TAP) - The families of Japanese abducted by North Korea, and those believed to have been taken, will urge the International Criminal Court to prosecute the North's leader, saying the lack of information about their loved ones is a human rights abuse
The United States sanctioned North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for the first time accusing him of 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.