The Enough Project supports peace and an end to mass atrocities in Africa’s deadliest conflict zones. Enough counters armed groups, violent regimes and their commercial partners sustained and enriched by corruption, criminal activity, and the trafficking of natural resources. Its activities include conducting research in conflict zones, engaging governments and the private sector on potential…
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Universal Periodic Review: A Potent Process for the Realization of Human Rights in Indigenous Homela
Indigenous peoples are able to implement human rights frameworks in their own communities through the process Professor Cooper outlines in this article.
This brief factsheet explains the relation between cultural rights and human rights and business from international companies.
Desde su fundación, el principal objetivo del IDHUCA ha sido contribuir a que se garantice el respeto a los derechos humanos, a través del uso de las instituciones estatales por parte de las personas y los grupos que buscan soluciones justas a sus problemas. Su misión es contribuir a que la población salvadoreña logre vivir…
El Salvador has one of the world’s most restrictive abortion laws. The current abortion law, passed in 1998, bans abortion in all circumstances, even when the pregnancy poses a risk to a woman’s life or in cases of rape. The following article addresses important facts surrounding El Salvador’s restrictive abortion laws.
The following Toolkit helps to promote human rights, nondiscrimination and peaceful conflict resolution within non-formal education programs for children, such as summer camps or after school activities. The Toolkit helps to reinforce the positive values that derive from the fundamental principles of human dignity and equality contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Founded in 1998, the Interamerican Association for Environmental Defense (AIDA) is a nonprofit environmental law organization that works across international borders to defend threatened ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them. Its mission is to strengthen people’s ability to guarantee their individual and collective right to a healthy environment, via the development, implementation,…
The Human Rights Brief is a student-run publication at American University Washington College of Law (WCL). Founded in 1994 as a publication of the school’s Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, the publication has approximately 4,000 subscribers in over 130 countries.
A report that seeks to provide a frank and accurate assessment of the technical aspects of the Government of Bahrain’s implementation of its 2nd Cycle UPR recommendations. It assesses the effect of the implementation in resolving the major political and human rights challenges that exist, thereby also evaluating efforts to implement the spirit of the recommendations.
The Human Rights 101 Teacher Toolkit provides metropolitan New York-area educators and students with the templates and resources they need to apply for, design, and implement a Human Rights 101 project.