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By Citizens Commission on Human Rights of St. Louis
Psychiatry's stigmatizing labels, programs and treatments are all harmful junk science.
By Hotel Rwanda Rusesabagina Foundation
UPDATE: For the second day in a row, Paul's lawyer in Kigali was denied access to see him in the jail.
By United for Human Rights Florida
The Executive Director of United for Human Rights' Florida chapter denounces all forms of human trafficking in Florida, urging all residents to learn what the signs are and to "say something, if you see something." In just the last 7 days, two women were.
By United for Human Rights Florida
"To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity." – Nelson Mandela
By Humanist Canada
Canadian humanists are supporting calls from Humanists International to have Mubarak Bala released from a Nigerian jail.
By Frente por el Derecho al Retorno a Ecuador
With air travel shutting down everywhere, Ecuador is the only country whose border has remained closed to its own nationals and residents, stranding thousands.
By Islamic Leadership Institute of America
Islamic Leadership Institute of America (ILIA) youth joined hundreds of others outside of the Embassy of India in protest of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Registry of Citizens (NRC) proposed in India.
By Muslims for Progressive Values
On July 3, 2019, Muslims for Progressive Values (MPV), along with 11 other American Muslim organizations, filed an amicus curiae brief with the Supreme Court in Bostock v. Clayton County and related cases.
By Humanist Canada
Humanist Canada continues to join a growing chorus of denunciation of the Government of Pakistan in its treatment of human rights campaigner Gulalai Ismail, including Humanists International and other human rights groups.
By Humanist Canada
Humanist Canada calls on the Government of Canada to request the Government of Pakistan to release human right campaigner, Gulalai Ismail.
Or so claims National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc., a U.S. legal system reform advocate -- and so far, the U.N. Human Rights Council seems to agree.
By Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization
Fort Harrison Hotel hosts 2019 Gentlemen's Ball Against Trafficking to fund raise over 10,000 dollars in support of its youth mentor-ship program.
By United for Human Rights
Human Rights is not to be taken for granted, as envisioned by the artists who created "In and Out" in Sulphur Springs, FL.
By The Gentlemen's Course
On Friday, April 12th, a group of human rights advocates from around America gathered to receive the prestigious Presidential Volunteer Service Award in Washington D.C.
By European Roma Rights Centre
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has condemned Romania for racist police brutality, and for the first time, found that Roma face institutionalized racism from law-enforcement in Romania.
By United for Human Rights Florida
In a world where fundamental human rights are being abused, a group of human rights advocates from across the United States are gathering together to stand up for human rights and protect core American values.
By The Arc Oregon
Returning after a ten year hiatus, The Arc Oregon State Convention will celebrate 65 years of advocating for people with intellectual and development disabilities (I/DD) with the theme of "Dreaming, Believing, and Achieving Together." "As an...
By Humanist Canada
Humanist Canada, the national voice for humanism in Canadian society, together with Association humaniste du Québec, is hosting an essay contest.
By Muslims for Progressive Values
Muslims for Progressive Values calls out hate mongers who pitch us against each other.
By Muslims for Progressive Values
On February 10th at the Harmony Gold Theatre in Hollywood, Muslims for Progressive Values—an L.A.-based NGO founded in 2007—will award Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi with the Fatima al-Fihri Visionary Award.
By Eagle Protect PBC
Labor rights abuse in glove manufacturing has been highlighted as an issue for years. Eagle Protect is proud to launch their Fingerprint Check to further verify their disposable gloves are food safe.
By Accountability Counsel
On December 8, 2018, hundreds of Haitian farmers and their families, representing nearly 4,000 people, reached an historic, negotiated agreement with their government and a development bank concerning the taking of their farmland for the Caracol...

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