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By World Affairs Forum
The public is invited to attend a World Affairs Forum Great Decisions event at the Greenwich Library on April 27 featuring Joseph Chamie, Former Director, United Nations Population Division. “Human Trafficking in the 21st Century".
By Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO), in coordination with the National Talysh Movement (NTM), will be convening a conference entitled “Azerbaijan: Double Standards and Crackdown of Minority Rights”.
By Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
On the occasion of world Earth Day, the UNPO, with the kind support of the Nando Peretti Foundation, will be convening an international conference on indigenous rights entitled “Indigenous Peoples – Invisible Peoples“.
By Skeleton Crew Music
The band Skeleton Crew has released a video Public Service Announcement to bring the critical issue of Gender Equality to the forefront and help initiate positive change by inspiring everyone to #ChimeIN and pass this powerful message forward.
By Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization
A successful fundraiser will go far to help the victims of human trafficking.
By Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization
INVITATION: UNPO is co-hosting two Balochistan side-events to the 28th Regular Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva.
By Ooberfuse
Human Rights are the rights that one has as a human being. With a belief that Human Rights culture must become popular culture if it is to develop the strength to withstand blows to it, London-based band Ooberfuse has taken up the challenge to popularise.
By Southeast Connecticut World Affairs Council
Thomas de Waal, a leading Eurasia expert, to present "A Painful Centenary: Armenians and Turks in the Shadow of Genocide"
By Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA)
CPPA: Laos, Hmong NGO Coalition Appeals to United Nations Human Rights Council to Sanction Lao Government Over Egregious Human Rights Violations
By Camfed
Angeline Murimirwa, founding member of the CAMA network of young women leaders in sub-Saharan Africa, speaks about tackling the obstacles to education at a landmark event at the Center for Universal Education at Brookings, as First Lady Michelle Obama...
By Africa to America Productions LLC
From December 10 to 12, 2014 the International Conference on Human Rights, Peace & Development will hold at the United Nations Plaza, New York, USA.
By Muslims for Progressive Values
In response to Mike Brown's death in Ferguson, Missouri and to the statement of the UN Committee Against Torture
By German Center for Research and Innovation (GCRI)
How can society best deploy mobile health technology to help save lives and empower communities? On October 22, join human rights advocates and healthcare professionals at the GCRI in New York for a discussion on new approaches to global health.
By The JAG Human Rights Public Affairs Office & Org.
NEW YORK, October 20, 2014 - Jim “Jimmy” Gonzalez, as Jamie Alistair Gonzalez is known to family, friends, and Jehovah’s Witnesses, in 2010 stood behind Cody McCart as he made difficult choices in his life - for which Gonzalez was sued - clear case...
By Orange Kite Productions
First-time feature length documentary filmmaker, Atin Mehra seeks to empower girls and women of the Banchara Tribe in Madhya Pradesh, India by sharing their untold story with the world. The film explores caste-based prostitution in Indian society.
By Australia West Papua Association
PRESS RELEASE Australia West Papua Association (Sydney) The Australia West Papua Association thanks the Australian government for endorsing a petition for greater journalistic access to the Papuan territory under Indonesian administration.
By SS ST Louis Legacy Foundation
Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art and Next Generation have partnered to present documentary film COMPLICIT
By Think Forward
New online community hopes to spread the news of the victories won in civil and human rights.
By Safe Communities Algarve
David Thomas, a former Hong Kong Police Assistant Commissioner, says questions need to be answered by the Police over the televised search, including if the court was made aware of the BBC involvement before the execution of the search warrant.
By SS St Louis Legacy Project Foundation
Documentary film COMPLICIT received 1st prize Heart, Minds, Soul award at Rhode Island International Film Festival
NAAFA has concluded another successful annual event during which the restructuring of the Board of Directors and the addition of a new board member were announced.
By Whistleblower Summit fo Civil and Human Rights
“Swift Boat” Attacks Fail to Sink Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights—Whistleblowers Convene 8th Annual Conference on Capitol Hill including a National Whistleblower Appreciation Day Luncheon, Welcome Reception, and Pillar Awards...
By ProMosaik
For Human Rights, a Colourful World, and Human Rights and Dignity
By Catherine Bauknight Photography
Visual Artists Guild presents A R T & D E M O C R A C Y V Closing Reception
By Starburst Communications
Assessing 10 years since the unjust Advisory Opinion by The International Court of Justice on the construction of Israel's Terrorism Prevention Security Fence.
By Human Rights Defenders
SHORT SUMMARY Human Rights Defenders "HRD" ( is a non-for-profit organisation headquartered in London focused on taking strategic and legal actions in cases where there are significant human rights breaches and where there is an...
By Humanitas Media Publishing.
Humanitas Media Publishing will begin today its official release of the poem, "The Lost Daughter," to benefit the empowerment of women and girls internationally, especially those subjected to crisis and conflict in the developing world.
By MOOC Chile
By the end of August, the Non-profit Organization MOOC Chile, will launch a free online course "International Human Rights". No requirements needed and it's open to people from all around the world.
By New Life Pastoral Counseling
America’s Pastoral Counselor Reflects on Death of Famed Poet Dr. Maya Angelou
By DotconnectAfrica org
This is the second meeting held by Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) in partnership with other civil society organizations and stakeholders.

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