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    What Does it take to Build a Culture of Equality and Inclusion at the UN?

    This work has also highlighted that whilst the organisational is personal, so too the personal is often dependent on the organisational. Engaging with intersectional...

    Swat Women Won’t Be ‘Duped’ by Militants This Time

    Instead of giving the women what the TTP promised, they took away their right to life altogether. They were forced to give up jobs...

    India Among 42 Nations Censured by UN for Retaliating Against Human Rights Activists, Journalists

    The United Nations has singled out 42 countries for condemnation for retaliating against human rights activists and journalists. SouthAsian countries figuring among the 42...

    Cambodia: Un-Backed Tribunal Ends with Conviction Upheld for Last Living Khmer Rouge Leader

    A former head of State, Samphan had appealed his conviction in what is expected to be the court’s final judgement. The court upheld his...

    Myanmar: From Bad to Worse, to Horrific

    The expert presented a grim assessment of 1.3 million displaced people; 28,000 destroyed homes; more than 13,000 children killed; a looming food crisis; and...

    Hijab Rules Must Go, Says UN Human Rights Office

    The death of a young woman in the custody of Iran’s ‘morality police’ has led to protests across the country. The government has come...

    Multi-Faith Team Urges Repeal of Blasphemy Laws – in the Name of Religious Freedom

    A delegation of human rights and religious freedom advocates is visiting the United Nations this week to increase support among UN Member States for...

    China Must Address Grave Human Rights Violations in Xinjiang, Say Rights Experts

    The statement of the 40 independent experts comes in the wake of the recent publication of a long-awaited report by the UN human rights...
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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

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    Five Decades On, Bangladesh Debates If Its Constitution Retains the Spirit of Liberation War

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life feel that successive constitutional amendments have been made for political, personal gains...

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    Shrinking Himalayan Glaciers Spell Trouble Downstream

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