Below is a brief introduction to the principle of “intersectionality” and some framing questions to support your application of the framework in your proposals, presentations, and discussions for the US Human Rights Network’s national bi-annual conference, Advancing Human Rights.
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Human Rights Network for Journalists-Uganda (HRNJ-Uganda) is a network of human rights journalists in Uganda working towards enhancing the promotion, protection and respect of human rights through defending and building the capacities of journalists, to effectively exercise their constitutional rights and fundamental freedoms for collective campaigning through the media.
The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA) defends freedom of thought and expression, due process and equal protection of the law as well as to promote the development of a vigorous civil society. HRLHA is a non-governmental organization established with the aim to monitor and promote observance of nationally, regionally and internationally…
KARAPATAN is an alliance of individuals, groups and organizations working for the promotion and protection of human rights in the Philippines. Its founders and members have been at the forefront of the human rights struggle in the Philippines since the time of Marcos’ martial law regime.Is an alliance of human rights organizations and programs, human…
MUSAWA is dedicated to defending the independence of the judiciary and the legal profession through leading a watchdog role in monitoring the performance of the pillars of justice in Palestine.
El objeto del presente informe es determinar, a través de la observación de un juicio de alta relevancia política en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, si existen o no violaciones al debido proceso en contra de las personas a quienes se les inició una investigación criminal por la muerte y lesiones de personas en ese país con ocasión del golpe de estado del 11 de abril de 2002. Como se verá, la aproximación a ese estudio tiene en cuenta cuestiones vinculadas al acceso a los procedimientos, la estabilidad de los jueces, la independencia de los juzgadores, entre otros.
Turkey’s human rights record has long continued to attract scrutiny, bothinternally and externally. According to the Foreign Ministry, Turkey was sentenced to 33 million euros in 567 different cases between 1990
On 22nd of July 1989 a Cypriot national Mrs. Titina Loizidou filed an a application against Turkey to the European Commision of Human Rights. Her application resulted in three judgements by the European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg) which held Turkey responsible for human rights violations in the northern part of Cyprus, which is under overall control of the Turkish armed forces.
This report documents evidence and testimonies of human rights violations recorded during and after Amnesty International’s visit to Vanuatu in 1998. The report also contains recommendations to the government of Vanuatu to improve prison conditions prison as well as police complaints mechanisms and to seek assistance of the international community.
Amnesty’s mission is to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated.