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High court rejects human rights appeal over airport detention – The Guardian



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High court rejects human rights appeal over airport detention
The Guardian
The remarks were made in a ruling dismissing a human rights appeal brought by Sylvie Beghal, a French Muslim woman living in Britain, against her conviction for refusing to comply with schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000. She was stopped at East 
Terrorist's wife who claims her human rights were violated at airport loses Metro
Woman loses airport questioning human rights caseThis is Leicestershire
High Court Judge to decide Human Rights caseITV News

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Neeve Anandam short film by AUYSA


The Celebrating Path of Enlightenment (the science of transmission of consciousness) Regd:50/2004.
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The Unfinished March For Social Justice – Huffington Post


The Unfinished March For Social Justice
Huffington Post
The Unfinished March For Social Justice. Since 1963, the nation has made significant progress in social justice, but the struggle to expand rights and opportunities goes on. From incarceration rates to voting rights, what steps do we need to take to

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United States-European Union Human Rights Consultations – US Department of State (press release)


United States-European Union Human Rights Consultations
US Department of State (press release)
Uzra Zeya, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, is leading a delegation to Brussels August 27-29, for annual human rights consultations between the United States and European Union.

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Religious Persecution – Why We Should Question, Not Mock


Mockery reflects poorly on character, why questioning the motives of others can help us reflect on what we need to change about our society.
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Satellite imagery can be used to violate human rights, or to protect them – Washington Post (blog)


Satellite imagery can be used to violate human rights, or to protect them
Washington Post (blog)
But satellite imagery can also be used to increase awareness of human rights violations. For instance, a Yale study identified how changes in vegetation could help identify instances of genocide in Darfur. Similarly, actor George Clooney joined forces

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3. 上智学院総務理事が、虚偽の陳述、虚偽記載、罪を転嫁、事件の隠蔽を企む。


上智学院総務理事、山岡三治。 矢島らが作った虚偽の調査報告書を用い、虚偽の陳述をし、虚偽の事実を記載しつづけ、公益通報者に罪を転嫁、事件の隠蔽を企む。(刑事告訴状、p. 2-6、抜粋) Sophia Univ. Sanji Yamaoka (general affairs trustee, priest, the…
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Social justice calling doesn’t recognize borders – Kansas City Star


Social justice calling doesn't recognize borders
Kansas City Star
There are commonalities within social justice movements; it doesn't matter what country, or the level of or the core reasons for the violence. To reach Mary Sanchez, call 816-234-4752 or send email to msanchez@kcstar.com. Copyright 2013 The Kansas City 

Israel: Stop Unlawful West Bank Home Demolitions – Human Rights Watch


Israel: Stop Unlawful West Bank Home Demolitions
Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch documented demolitions on August 19 in East Jerusalem that displaced 39 people, including 18 children. Israeli human rights groups and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) documented 

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Youth Undoing Institutional Racism at 10th Annual Seattle Race Conference 2013 (part 2)


Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR) delivered a powerful keynote speech at the 10th annual Seattle Race Conference 2013. Highlighting the urgency of co…
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