Iraqi civilians suffering “horrific” widespread and systematic persecution – Pillay
Tuesday, 26 August 2014 19:12

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay on Monday condemned the appalling, widespread and systematic deprivation of human rights in Iraq by ISIL (the self-proclaimed “Islamic State”) and associated forces. The violations include targeted killings, forced conversions, abductions, trafficking, slavery, sexual abuse, destruction of places of religious and cultural significance, and the besieging of entire communities because of ethnic, religious or sectarian affiliation.

Intelligence servileness and civil rights concerns
Sunday, 13 July 2014 21:21

In recent times many civil rights organizations have show civil rights concerns over Intelligence servileness specially in the UK and USA but it is a famous issue in many countries around the world. Necessity of Intelligence servileness or Intelligence activities has become very important after 9/11 event in western countries as well as in other part of the world.

Human trafficking is a big challenge for human rights !
Friday, 20 June 2014 20:59

The U.S. State Department human trafficking in 2014 annual report told that in this regard during the past year in the world situation 'disturbing', and the existing laws' showed weak implementation. annual report addressing the issue of the formal ceremony, Secretary of State John Kerry emphasized the shared responsibility of the international community

Prohibition of torture is absolute,’ says Ban
Thursday, 26 June 2014 18:58

Prohibition of torture is absolute,’ says Ban on International Day in support of victims

Reiterating their pledge that every victim of torture will one day gain his or her right to acknowledgement, senior United Nations officials marked the International Day in Support of those victims by calling on the international community to strengthen efforts “to eradicate this heinous practice.”

Is human trafficking the modern practice of slavery?
Thursday, 05 June 2014 18:35

Is human trafficking the modern practice of slavery?

Trafficking in persons, also known as human trafficking, is the modern practice of slavery. It is the second largest criminal industry in the world today, after arms and drug dealing, and is the fastest growing. Traffickers generate billions of dollars in profits every year while victimizing millions of people around the globe.

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