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Security tensions may have deepened rights violations in DPRK, Security Council told
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Sunday, 10 December 2017
Security tensions may have deepened rights violations in DPRK, Security Council told
People’s rights are reportedly violated in “almost every aspect” of their lives in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), the United Nations human rights chief warned Monday, stressing that security tensions on the Korean Peninsula should not negate concerns about the situation of ordinary people there.Read Full Article ...
 
Human Righst Day: UN officials pleddge to focus on advancement of human dignity, equality and rights
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Sunday, 10 December 2017
Human Righst Day: UN officials pleddge to focus on advancement of human dignity, equality and rights
Top United Nations officials on Monday urged everyone to raise their voices and stand up for the rights of others, while celebrating the launch of a year-long ...
 
Human Rights Day: UN to launch campaign for 70th anniversary of Universal Declaration
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Thursday, 07 December 2017
Human Rights Day: UN to launch campaign for 70th anniversary of Universal Declaration
The United Nations will on Sunday kick off in Paris, France, a year-long campaign to honor the foundational human rights document, which next year marks its 70...
 
‘Zero tolerance’ for sexual exploitation and abuse by UN staff in South Sudan, underscores senior of
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Wednesday, 06 December 2017
‘Zero tolerance’ for sexual exploitation and abuse by UN staff in South Sudan, underscores senior of
The relationship between United Nations peacekeepers and civilian staff and the vulnerable people in South Sudan they are working for must be one of mutual tru...
 
FEATURE: Seizing on global trend, Afghan women reporters empower voices against violence
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Wednesday, 06 December 2017
FEATURE: Seizing on global trend, Afghan women reporters empower voices against violence
In a year when the #metoo hashtag has inspired women across the globe to tell their personal tales of harassment and unwanted sexual advances in the workplace,...
 
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