• 03 2018 October

    People demand that UN should take action to protect Kashmiris

    On June 14, the Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights released a first of its kind report documenting alleged human rights violations in Kashmir. While detailing significant abuses in Indian-held Kashmir — from sexual violence, excessive use of force, torture and enforced disappearances to name a few — the UN report has also brought both

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    On June 14, the Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights released a first of its kind report documenting alleged human rights violations in Kashmir. While detailing significant abuses in Indian-held Kashmir — from sexual violence, excessive use of force, torture and enforced disappearances to name a few — the UN report has also brought both

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  • 24 2018 September

    EU seeks role of its Youth at Global Stage

    EU seeks to promote active participation of the youth at global level. EU is supporting young people to engage with regions outside Europe and become more involved in global policy processes regarding issues such as climate change, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, human rights, etc. In particular, this means: raising awareness of global issuesamong young people providing opportunities for young people to exchange views

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    EU seeks to promote active participation of the youth at global level. EU is supporting young people to engage with regions outside Europe and become more involved in global policy processes regarding issues such as climate change, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, human rights, etc. In particular, this means: raising awareness of global issuesamong young people providing opportunities for young people to exchange views

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  • 24 2018 September

    Australian MP raises concerns over Sikhs’ human rights violations in India.

    While addressing the issue, he also demanded the recognition of 1984 Sikh massacre as genocide. Federal Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch has voiced concerns over human rights violations in India. He has requested Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to address the issue of safety for 47 Sikh detainees held in custody in Punjab.

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    While addressing the issue, he also demanded the recognition of 1984 Sikh massacre as genocide. Federal Member for Leichhardt Warren Entsch has voiced concerns over human rights violations in India. He has requested Foreign Minister Julie Bishop to address the issue of safety for 47 Sikh detainees held in custody in Punjab.

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  • 24 2018 September

    Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar

    In September 2017, the UN described a security operation in Myanmar that targeted Rohingya Muslims as a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” When violence erupted in Rakhine state in August 2017, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled crimes against humanity to neighboring Bangladesh. Amnesty said the country’s army committed “extensive violations” of international humanitarian law and authorities were continuing to restrict

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    In September 2017, the UN described a security operation in Myanmar that targeted Rohingya Muslims as a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” When violence erupted in Rakhine state in August 2017, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya fled crimes against humanity to neighboring Bangladesh. Amnesty said the country’s army committed “extensive violations” of international humanitarian law and authorities were continuing to restrict

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Kashmiris ‘fed up’ with India’s human rights abuses TV Without Borders

As the world observes the UN-sponsored Human Rights Day, rights violations continue to be a major issue in Indian-administered Kashmir. Since 1989, nearly 70,000 people have been killed in violence that separatist leaders say the UN has done too little to prevent.

September 11, 2018

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People demand that UN should take action to protect Kashmiris

On June 14, the Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights released a first of its kind report documenting alleged human rights violations in Kashmir. While detailing significant abuses in Indian-held Kashmir — from sexual violence, excessive use of

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People demand that UN should take action to protect Kashmiris

On June 14, the Office of the United Nations’ High Commissioner for Human Rights released a first of its kind report documenting alleged human rights violations in Kashmir. While detailing significant abuses in Indian-held Kashmir — from sexual violence, excessive use of force, torture and enforced disappearances to name a

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