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Lend your voice to those who can’t speak out. Join the World Day against #HumanTrafficking Thunderclap: http://thndr.it/1mqUUZl #igivehope
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Very sad things ㅠㅠ human rights regime must be constructed in east north asia!!! 
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Harsh legal treatment of drug users; women’s access to justice; use of special measures to close the gender gap in public and political life; gender stereotypes; and trafficking in persons were among the issues raised when the UN committee on women’s rights #CEDAW examined the report of Georgia: http://sm.ohchr.org/CEDAW58 Summary: http://sm.ohchr.org/1oiSVna
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Well well sweetheart
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UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay concerned about the arbitrary arrest, trial and detention of #HumanRights  defenders in Saudi Arabia, including the recent conviction and harsh sentencing of human rights defender Waleed Abu Al-Khair: http://sm.ohchr.org/1qNe3GQ

Pillay calls on #SaudiArabia to abide by its commitment to the UN Human Rights Council to ensure that judicial and law enforcement systems are not abused to harass individuals for expressing their political or religious views

تعبّر المفوضة السامية لحقوق الإنسان في الأمم المتحدة نافي بيلاي عن قلقها بشأن اعتقال المدافعين عن حقوق الإنسان في المملكة العربية السعودية تعسفيًّا ومحاكمتهم واحتجازهم، بما في ذلك الإدانة الأخيرة للمدافع عن حقوق الإنسان وليد أبو الخير والحكم القاسي الصادر بحقّه: http://sm.ohchr.org/1nhqmdj

وتدعي المفوّضة السامية المملكة العربية السعودية إلى احترام التزامها أمام مجلس حقوق الإنسان بضمان عدم إساءة استخدام النظم القضائية ونظم إنفاذ القانون لمضايقة الأفراد بسبب التعبير عن آرائهم السياسية أو الدينية.
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Representation of women in political life; violence against women in conflict situations and impunity to members of the armed forces; access to justice for victims of violence; trafficking in persons, forced labour and forced marriage, organ harvesting and commercial sexual exploitation were among the issues raised when the UN committee on women’s rights #CEDAW examined the report of India: http://sm.ohchr.org/CEDAW58 Summary: http://sm.ohchr.org/1w0g7uy
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Discrimination; forced sterilizations; impunity for sexual violence and violence against women; decriminalization of abortion; trafficking in persons; participation of women in political life; sexual harassment in the workplace; forced labour; and the wage gap between men and women were among the issues raised when the UN committee on women’s rights #CEDAW examined the report of Peru: http://sm.ohchr.org/CEDAW58 Summary: http://sm.ohchr.org/1r81nK3
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The Peruvian guy at Suffolk University was told to lie...there is no such place as the A service, it doesn't exist!
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Government representatives, National Human Rights Institutions and Civil Society Organizations inaugurate the regional effort to develop an Arab regional human rights strategy. The bi-annual conference will monitor the implementation of a comprehensive roadmap aimed at the protection of Human Rights in the region: http://sm.ohchr.org/1qH2wZF

“My Office looks forward to further enhancing ties with the League of Arab States so that a strong and strategic partnership can improve human rights in the region,” UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay says.
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The flags need downsizing-Visual pollution!
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#WorldCup Anti-discrimination Days: 4 and 5 July - UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay joins forces with the FIFA to #SayNoToRacism

Spread the word and share your own selfies to speak up against racism.
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UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay alarmed at the Israeli military operations resulting in the killing of Palestinian civilians in #Gaza, as well as the indiscriminate firing of rockets from Gaza into #Israel: http://sm.ohchr.org/1oKhGKv

“I urge all sides to steadfastly respect their obligations under international #HumanRights law and international humanitarian law to protect civilians,” Pillay says.

Pillay is deeply concerned about the prospect of a ground offensive and strongly echoes the UN Secretary-General’s call for a ceasefire.

“I have been to Gaza and I have been to Sderot myself and have seen how traumatic these air strikes and rocket attacks are on civilians, especially children. They must stop,” Pillay warns.
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+Jim Andrews I agree. But then HAMAS is a terrorist organisation which doesn't listen to the UN anyway. And do you really believe that a Islamic nation would bring HAMAS to justice? No, it'll have to be Israel, won't it?
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The recent case of Meriam Ibrahim, charged with apostasy was among the issues discussed such as asylum seekers and refugees; impunity for war crimes and crimes against humanity; gender equality and domestic violence; female genital mutilation; torture; death penalty; Sharia law when the UN #HumanRights Committee examined the report of Sudan : http://sm.ohchr.org/HRCttee111 Summary: http://sm.ohchr.org/1olBked
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Yeah , it was the right time + right place to 
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Persistent harmful traditional practices such as female genital mutilation, early and forced marriage, polygamy and forced feeding; slavery and slavery-like situation suffered by the Haratin women and women from other minority groups; definition of discrimination and rape in legislation; trafficking in persons; girls education were among the issues raised when the UN committee on women’s rights #CEDAW examined the report of Mauritania: http://sm.ohchr.org/CEDAW58 Summary: http://sm.ohchr.org/1mI9pK3
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#Afghanistan: Civilian casualties rose by 24 percent in the first six months of 2014, with ground combat among parties now killing and injuring more Afghan civilians than improvised explosive devices (IEDs), leading to violations of international humanitarian law which may amount to war crimes: http://sm.ohchr.org/1qjlCD9

“In 2014, the fight is increasingly taking place in communities, public places and near the homes of ordinary Afghans, with death and injury to women and children in a continued disturbing upward spiral,” Director of Human Rights for UNAMA Georgette Gagnon says.
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What a shame. People from the same country killing one another. What is the world coming to?
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#Haiti: Four years after the earthquake, it is time to move from a largely humanitarian approach to a development base drive, UN expert Chaloka Beyani says, while calling for durable solutions for the internally displaced and the vulnerable segments of the population in Haiti: http://sm.ohchr.org/1jSUKpy
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You might be able to change ur ugly looks with plastic surgery but what you gonna do about ur ugly heart 🍢⚽️
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