Please join us at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London on Wednesday 12 November 2014 as we celebrate some of the most important human rights achievements of the past year and honour human rights defenders for their unwavering and fearless commitment to human rights.
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Racism has been a stain on human history, from slavery to the Holocaust to the genocide in Rwanda, yet it continues all over the world, from the silencing of religious minorities and indigenous peoples, to ethnic war, discrimination and xenophobia against migrants.
Ausländische Akteure verschärfen Krise durch gescheiterte Politik
(Nairobi, 8. Dezember 2008) – Alle an dem eskalierenden Konflikt in Somalia beteiligten Parteien haben während des letzten Jahres regelmäßig Kriegsverbrechen und andere schwerwiegende Menschenrechtsverletzungen begangen, die zu der humanitären Katastrophe in dem Land geführt haben, so Human Rights Watch in einem heute veröffentlichten Bericht.
CONSULTANT, MARKETING AND OUTREACH
Film Festival Division
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Human Rights Watch (“HRW”) is seeking a Consultant to work alongside the HRW Film Festival publicists at Sarah Harvey Publicity to provide marketing and outreach services. For the purpose of this assignment, the Consultant will report directly to the Senior Program Manager, Film Festival Marketing and Outreach.
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The Dramatic Stories, Personal Sacrifices Behind the Headlines
(London) – The 18th edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in London will be presented from 18 to 28 March, 2014, with a programme of 20 award-winning documentary and feature films. The festival will take place at the Curzon Mayfair, Curzon Soho, Ritzy Brixton and for the first time at the Barbican.
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Speech delivered in London, on November 4
In many places around the world, Human Rights Watch exposes abuses of state power and the absence of effective accountability over the agencies of the state – both factors highly relevant to the issue we are discussing here tonight.
Demand Accountability for Crimes Against Humanity, Release of Political Prisoners
(London) – Britain’s Prime Minster David Cameron should urge visiting Burmese President Thein Sein to bring those responsible for atrocities against Burma’s Muslims to justice, release all political prisoners, and ensure that new legislation meets international human rights standards, Human Rights Watch said today.