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Dear High Representative, Dear Foreign Ministers, We are writing ahead of the January 25th Foreign Affairs Council discussion on Egypt to raise our serious concerns, once again, about the human rights crisis unfolding in the country, and to urge the…
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  Sexual Harassment in Garment Factories Eleven women garment workers from a factory in southern India sent a hand-written letter to a local union in late 2016.[1] They wrote: “The plight of women workers … we don’t have anyone who would…
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Dear Members of the Constituent Assembly, Human Rights Watch, an independent nongovernmental organization, is writing to urge you to amend those articles of the draft constitution made public that conflict with Egypt’s obligations under international…
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Ensure police are held accountable for gender-based violence

  Dr. Manmohan Singh Honorable Prime Minister of India      Dear Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh:   We the undersigned organizations would like to urgently bring to your notice and reiterate our concerns about the treatment and care given to women and…
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Accountability is key to preventing maternal deaths

  Dear Melinda Ching, Human Rights Watch recently published a report on preventable maternal mortality and morbidity and human rights, titled "No Tally of the Anguish: Accountability in Maternal Health Care in India." The full report is available at…
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Migrants’ Groups Call for Key Reforms

To participants in the Colombo process, including governments in Asia and the Middle East, and the International Organization for Migration (IOM): We, the undersigned groups, represent migrants’ associations, trade unions, human rights groups, and other…
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Joint letter to Tony Blair from Human Rights Watch and Liberty

Human Rights Watch and Liberty are deeply concerned about the British government’s stated intention to seek diplomatic assurances against torture in order to deport terrorism suspects to their home countries or to third countries where they would be at…
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HRW Letter to Prosecutor General

Human Rights Watch today called on the Egyptian Minister of Interior and the Prosecutor General to take urgent action to lift the siege of the village of Sarando in the northwestern governorate of Baharriya and investigate and bring to justice security…
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HRW Letter to the Minister of the Interior

Human Rights Watch today called on the Egyptian Minister of Interior and the Prosecutor General to take urgent action to lift the siege of the village of Sarando in the northwestern governorate of Baharriya and investigate and bring to justice security…
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(Washington, DC) - Under President Bush's November 13th Military Order on military commissions, any foreign national designated by the President as a suspected terrorist or as aiding terrorists could potentially be detained, tried, convicted and even…
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