During its Consideration of the Fifth Periodic Report of Mexico
March 8, 2010
During its Consideration of the Fifth Periodic Report of Mexico

Thank you.

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Durante su consideración del quinto informe periódico de México
March 8, 2010
Durante su consideración del quinto informe periódico de México

Muchas gracias.

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Examen Periódico Universal (EPU)
June 11, 2009
Examen Periódico Universal (EPU)

Muchas gracias.

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March 31, 2009

(Washington, DC) - Human Rights Watch fully supports the Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act, which would end a decades-old travel ban that violates international human rights law, has caused considerable suffering for families, and has failed completely to bring change to Cuba.

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Delivered by Steve Goose, Director of the Human Rights Watch Arms Division and Head of the ICBL Delegation, at the Ninth Meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty
November 24, 2008
Delivered by Steve Goose, Director of the Human Rights Watch Arms Division and Head of the ICBL Delegation, at the Ninth Meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty

Geneva, Switzerland

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Delivered by Mark Hiznay, senior researcher in the Arms Division, to the 10th Annual Conference of States Parties to Amended Protocol II
November 12, 2008
Delivered by Mark Hiznay, senior researcher in the Arms Division, to the 10th Annual Conference of States Parties to Amended Protocol II

Geneva, Switzerland

Thank you, Mr. President, for allowing my delegation to make a few observations at this meeting.

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HRC 27 -- Statement Delivered Under Item 4
September 17, 2014
HRC 27 -- Statement Delivered Under Item 4

In Egypt the human rights situation is deteriorating gravely. The authorities continue to implement a new law effectively banning protests and to jail and try political opponents in legal proceedings that flagrantly violate due process rights.

Delivered by Mary Wareham, Human Rights Watch
September 5, 2014
Delivered by Mary Wareham, Human Rights Watch

Four years have now passed since the Convention on Cluster Munitions entered into force in August 2010 and we are encouraged by the impressive overall compliance witnessed to date.

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