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Recent Corrections

  • Kuwait: Activists Arrested for Peaceful Sit-In

    The updated version of this news release corrects the date Abdelhadi al-Fadhli and Alaa al-Saadoun were released, where Abdulhakim al-Fadhli is being held, and the number and list of activists arrested.

  • Sri Lanka: Muslims Face Threats, Attacks

    The July 3, 2019 report, "Sri Lanka: Muslims Face Threats, Attacks," has been corrected to rectify that the police conceded that there was no evidence against Dr. Shihabdeen Shafi in a court in Kurunegala, not in Colombo.

  • EU: Press Nicaragua Over Protest Crackdown

    The July 2, 2019 news release, "EU: Press Nicaragua Over Protest Crackdown" has been corrected to delete the amount of European Union-provided funding indicated in the approved 2018 budget for Nicaragua’s National Police. The earlier version relied on information contained in a congressional amendment to the budget.

  • “We Can’t Help You Here”

    The July 2, 2019 report, “We Can’t Help You Here,” has been corrected to use appropriate language related to disabilities.

    On page 31 “physically incapacitated person” was changed to “person with a physical disability.”
    On page 32 “serious disability” was changed to “a person with a disability that has high support requirements.”
    On page 42 “mental health concerns” was changed to “mental health condition.”
    On page 43 “mental disability” was changed to “mental health condition.”

  • ILO: New Treaty to Protect Workers from Violence, Harassment

    The June 21, 2019 news release, "ILO: New Treaty to Protect Workers from Violence, Harassment" has been corrected to clarify that the US voted for the convention, but not the recommendation, which provides further guidance on the measures required under the convention. 

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