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The UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office has been hosting a major conference on finding ways and means of improving human rights in Iraq.
Speech by Marco Cappato MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on :
EU Annual report on human rights
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In the second of the BSN news year compilations, we take a look at the continual work by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office over 2008 to help promote and improve human rights.
We all want to spend Valentine's Day with someone special. For Zeng Jinyan that's not possible. Her husband is imprisoned for defending human rights in China and she's under house arrest with their young daughter. Love is a human right.
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The British Foreign Secretary, Mr.David Miliband, today launches a report detailing FCO work on specific human rights issues, such as tackling torture, supporting free media, and protecting human rights during conflict.
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October 27, 2009 - Forums like Twitter and Facebook are changing the way we fight for human rights.
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Srinagar,13,Sept,2007:Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League protesting against human rights violations by Indian troops in Kashmir (India). Curtsey Reuters
Balochistan, November 08: The Pakistani province of Balochistan seems to be perpetually in a state of crisis. Incidents of target killings and bomb blasts are on the rise. Young people often go missing and leaders are targeted and killed in the region. The people of Balochistan say that the Pakistan government and its law enforcement agencies are to blame for violations of human rights in this province. In 2010, violence has surged in Balochistan. Human rights activists are concerned about an increase in target killings. Human Rights group Amnesty International called on Pakistan to investigate the torture and killing of more than 40 political leaders and activists in the region from June to September in 2010 against a backdrop of increasing political unrest and Pakistani military activities in the southwestern province which borders Iran and Afghanistan.