Tag Archives: Human rights
November 2, 2011
Gaza has been under siege since mid-2006, depriving 1.6 million people of their liberty and basic human rights. Although the siege has been condemned by the United Nations, the Red Cross, and many national governments, little has been done to ease the plight of these civilians. Civil society has had to act where governments would […]
October 2, 2011
An Assessment Of The Obama Administration’s Fulfillment Of ACLU Recommended “Actions For Restoring America” http://www.aclu.org/files/pages/americaunrestored_11_20100119.pdf
August 1, 2011
June 28, 2011
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Celebrating: The sweet embrace of freedom. A triumphant rescue of human dignity. A jubilant homecoming. by Amnesty International
December 22, 2010
The sweet embrace of freedom. A triumphant rescue of human dignity. A jubilant homecoming.
September 20, 2010
In West Bank, corruption-busting teenagers shake up local government – CSMonitor.com. By Christa Case Bryant, Staff writer / September 18, 2010 Ramallah, West Bank Fatmeh Abu Afifeh doesn’t look like someone who could intimidate tough bureaucrats. Demure and only 17, she had never even spent a night away from her family until now.