RIGHTS WATCH RADIO

with Anne Garrels

Rights Watch brings you an update on the state of human rights around the world. In a series of audio reports, veteran public radio journalist Anne Garrels looks at the new issues and voices that are defining today’s human rights movement. With voices from Burma, Congo, Lebanon, Kenya, India and beyond.

  • January 23, 2011

    Despite the recent release of Burmese dissident Aung San Suu Kyi and Burma's first general election in two decades, Burma-watchers say there's been little real change. Anne Garrels reports.

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  • January 21, 2011

    Every year, hundreds of thousands of women leave their homes in Asia and Africa for jobs as domestic workers in the Middle East. When they face exploitation and violence there is little hope for justice. Anne Garrels reports.

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  • January 21, 2011

    The Lord's Resistance Army began in Uganda more than 20 years ago. The group kills civilians and abducts children to fill its ranks. Anne Garrels explores what it would take to stop the LRA.

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  • January 21, 2011

    Access to pain relief is practically non-existent in most of the developing world. The issue isn't cost. Morphine is relatively cheap. Anne Garrels explains how the human rights movement is making the case for palliative care.

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