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Deadly attacks risk casting a shadow over human rights in Tunisia – Amnesty International


Deadly attacks risk casting a shadow over human rights in Tunisia
Amnesty International
After the suicide attack on a bus carrying presidential guards in central Tunis last night, life in the capital seemed to return to normal today. The streets were full of people heading to work, children on their way to school and crowds of commuters
Tunisia: Deadly Attack on Presidential GuardsHuman Rights Watch

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Delaware Muslims Stand Up For Social Justice – Huffington Post


Delaware Muslims Stand Up For Social Justice
Huffington Post
Social justice has become the issue of our times. Whether it is gender equality or the struggle against racism, whether it is about raising minimum wage or about deconstructing Islamophobia; the concern for social justice is at the heart of political

EU-Uzbekistan Human Rights Dialogue – EU News


EU-Uzbekistan Human Rights Dialogue
EU News
The European Union and Uzbekistan today held the ninth round of their annual Human Rights Dialogue in Tashkent, as part of the meeting of the Sub-Committee on Justice and Home Affairs, Human Rights and related issues. The Uzbek delegation was led …

Social justice warriors and the push for women in combat – The Rebel


Social justice warriors and the push for women in combat
The Rebel
American leaders are prioritizing putting women into combat, but this issue should also concern Canada and the rest of the nations in the "Five Eyes" intelligence and security partnership. The national security of one nation affects the national

Ban arms sales to countries with poor human rights records, say Lib Dems – The Guardian



The Guardian
Ban arms sales to countries with poor human rights records, say Lib Dems
The Guardian
The Liberal Democrats have called for a tighter arms control regime that would ban sales to countries listed as a concern by the Foreign Office due to their human rights record. At present, the UK sells arms to 24 out of the 27 countries of concern
Farron: I don't want British weapons used for human rights abusesLiberal Democrat Voice

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In the Fight for Peace and Social Justice is Mass Media or Anonymous the Answer? – Dissident Voice


In the Fight for Peace and Social Justice is Mass Media or Anonymous the Answer?
Dissident Voice
If indeed Anonymous is a grouping, however loose, dedicated to exposing disinformation, waging peace, fighting against state intrusions into privacy while revealing state secrets, and supporting social justice — then it seems clear that Anonymous is a

Taking Care of Felicia, a Committed Social Justice Activist – Huffington Post (blog)



Huffington Post (blog)
Taking Care of Felicia, a Committed Social Justice Activist
Huffington Post (blog)
Felicia, a dedicated and committed social activist has stood up for justice for decades. She and I have done a lot of good social justice work together with Black Voices For Peace, (BVFP) a non-profit organization advancing peace and justice at home

Corporate Partners – Human Rights Campaign (blog)



Human Rights Campaign (blog)
Corporate Partners
Human Rights Campaign (blog)
The Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 1.5 million members and supporters nationwide. As the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, HRC envisions an America where LGBT people are …
Southwest Airlines Achieves Perfect Score On 2016 Human Rights Campaign PR Newswire (press release)
Human Rights Campaign names MGM Resorts International a top employer for LGBT MassLive.com
Cooley Earns Perfect Score on Human Rights Campaign 2016 Corporate Equality IndexMarketwired (press release)

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U. leaders invite student feedback on improving social justice – KSL.com



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U. leaders invite student feedback on improving social justice
KSL.com
President David Pershing joined students in a march from his office to the Union Building, where he and other administrators asked students to lend their voices to willing ears and give honest feedback about the social climate of the university

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In Asia, Obama takes softer tone on human rights, corruption – Eagle-Tribune



Eagle-Tribune
In Asia, Obama takes softer tone on human rights, corruption
Eagle-Tribune
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — In Southeast Asia, President Barack Obama has taken a softer tone on human rights and corruption in a part of the world that rights groups claim is rife with abuses. Good governance advocates say the countries in this …

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