Iraqi civilians suffering “horrific” widespread and systematic persecution – Pillay
Tuesday, August 26 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.

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Intelligence servileness and civil rights concerns
Sunday, July 13 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.

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

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Prohibition of torture is absolute,’ says Ban
Thursday, June 26 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.”

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Is human trafficking the modern practice of slavery?
Thursday, June 05 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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Equality for women means progress for all, UN officials declare on International women Day
Sunday, March 09 2014
8 March 2014 – To mark International Women's Day, the United Nations family is spotlighting a... Read more...
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Accountability key to ensuring development progress beyond 2015 – UN officials
Saturday, May 03 2014
As Member States continue work on a new post-2015 development agenda, United Nations officials... Read more...
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Justice must be integral to future sustainable development agenda – UN expert
Wednesday, October 30 2013
Justice, security and development cannot be promoted one at the expense of the other, either... Read more...
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International Volunteer Day: Ban highlights potential of youth as agents of change
Friday, December 06 2013
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UN chief, rights experts urge broad support for victims of torture
Wednesday, June 26 2013
 Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon joined with the United Nations human rights experts in urging... Read more...
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Is human trafficking the modern practice of slavery?
Thursday, June 05 2014
Trafficking in persons, also known as human trafficking, is the modern practice of slavery. It is... Read more...
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Intelligence servileness and civil rights concerns
Sunday, July 13 2014
In recent times many civil rights organizations have show civil rights concerns over Intelligence... Read more...
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Migration policies should protect human rights:UN
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Migrants are a strong force of progress in their host countries and policies should protect, not... Read more...
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Human trafficking is a big challenge for human rights !
Friday, June 20 2014
The U.S. State Department human trafficking in 2014 annual report told that in this regard during... Read more...
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Serious protection gaps for migrant childrens
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In Stockholm, Ban calls for optimizing benefits of ‘journey of hope’ for migrants, society
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UN experts call for human rights standards in development goals
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UN officials urge concerted action to eradicate modern forms of slavery
Tuesday, December 03 2013
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UN rights body adopts landmark text on women’s rights
Thursday, October 24 2013
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Cases must be properly heard for legal remedies in human rights treaties :UN
Thursday, December 02 2010
The UN refugee agency Wednesday called on Switzerland to abide by the policy of no forced returns... Read more...
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Rights group calls for tougher penalties for violence against womens
Wednesday, May 14 2014
The women's rights group Kadın Cinayetlerini Durduracağız (We Will Stop the Murder of Women)... Read more...
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Universal declaration of human rights
Tuesday, February 26 2013
Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members... Read more...
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UN officials call for to promote human rights
Saturday, December 10 2011
Building on the momentum for change triggered by the Arab Spring, top UN officials have urged... Read more...
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UN rights experts urge review of standards for treatment of prisoners
Wednesday, October 23 2013
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