Government Inaction Feeds Impunity in Bajo Aguán
February 12, 2014
Government Inaction Feeds Impunity in Bajo Aguán

(Tegucigalpa) – Honduran authorities have failed to investigate properly a wave of killings and other abuses believed to be tied to land disputes in the Bajo Aguán region, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

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La inacción de las autoridades agrava la impunidad en el Bajo Aguán
February 12, 2014
La inacción de las autoridades agrava la impunidad en el Bajo Aguán

(Tegucigalpa) – Las autoridades hondureñas no han investigado adecuadamente la ola de homicidios y otros abusos presuntamente vinculados a conflictos por la tierra en la región del Bajo Aguán, señaló Human Rights Watch en un informe divulgado hoy.

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中国藏族地区的大规模迁移和住房改造方案
June 27, 2013
June 27, 2013

 

Mass Rehousing and Relocation Programs in Tibetan Areas of China
June 27, 2013
Since 2006, under plans to “Build a New Socialist Countryside” in Tibetan areas, over two million Tibetans have been “rehoused” – through government-ordered renovation or construction of new houses – in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), while hundreds of thousands of nomadic herders in the eastern part of the Tibetan plateau have been relocated or settled in “New Socialist Villages.”

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Abuses against the Indigenous Peoples of Ethiopia’s Lower Omo Valley
June 18, 2012
This report documents how government security forces are forcing communities to relocate from their traditional lands through violence and intimidation, threatening their entire way of life with no compensation or choice of alternative livelihoods.
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Free Imprisoned Activists and Community Workers
April 30, 2009
Free Imprisoned Activists and Community Workers
Visiting Envoys Should Make Civilian Protection Top Priority
April 27, 2009
Visiting Envoys Should Make Civilian Protection Top Priority

(New York) - The Sri Lankan government's admission that it has been using heavy weapons in an area crowded with displaced civilians underscores the need for an international commission of inquiry into violations of the laws of war by government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), Human Rights Watch said today.

Staatliche Hindernisse und Fehlinformationen behindern Zugang
July 10, 2008
Staatliche Hindernisse und Fehlinformationen behindern Zugang

(Lima) - Die Weigerung der peruanischen Regierung, das Verfahren für den legalen Schwangerschaftsabbruch zu reformieren und Richtlinien dafür zu billigen, gefährdet das Leben und die Gesundheit von Frauen und Mädchen. Bei Risikoschwangerschaften sind sie häufig gezwungen, die Gesundheit gefährdende Lösungen anzuwenden, so Human Rights Watch in einem heute veröffentlichten Bericht.