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Summary “I skip a meal so my children can eat and to ensure that the bills are paid.” -Janet, 35, March 2020   “Janet R.,” 35, a single mother who works at a college student advice center in London, suddenly found herself on the verge of financial…
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 Tens of thousands of families in the United Kingdom every year do not have enough food to live on and are turning to sources of non-state charitable aid. This new phenomenon of growing hunger for some of the least…
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  Summary Soon after the Rana Plaza collapsed in 2013 in the outskirts of Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing over a thousand workers, a top official from a global brand flew into Pakistan.[1] His sudden trip was sparked by the desperation to make up for orders…
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 Sitting on a thin mattress on the floor of their home in a Phnom Penh slum, 3-year-old Molita delicately touches the scars that cover her mother’s back. In November 2014, when Molita was an infant, the owners of a neighboring…
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 [They] just came in with an agenda of cutting my 15 hours per week to 6.5. They announced it. They told me ‘We are not there to give you more, but we are going to cut it.’ They had worked out that that was what I…
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  Summary Under Prime Minister Hun Sen, Cambodia is in a human rights freefall. Despite the strong human rights provisions in the 1991 Paris Peace Agreements and the 1993 constitution—and billions of dollars in development aid, including a plethora of…
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 Since 2011, violence in Syria has forcibly displaced at least 1.6 million school-age children to other countries in the region. Before the conflict, more than 90 percent of Syrian children attended primary school and 70 percent…
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 At midday on October 26, 2015, some two dozen men viciously assaulted two opposition parliamentarians as they left Cambodia’s National Assembly following an anti-opposition demonstration outside the building. Kung Sophea and…
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 Beginning in February 2015, 40-50 residents of Durgapur village in northern India, mostly women, sat in protest for more than a month. A state-owned company called the Tehri Hydro Development Corporation India Ltd. (THDC) was…
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 Ly Sim passed productivity tests and was promoted t0 team

 leader in the sewing division of her factory in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s

 capital, in 2012.[1] A few

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 30 Years of Hun Sen
 
 
 Violence, Repression, and Corruption in

 Cambodia
 
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 I.

 Background: Hun Sen’s Early Years
 The…
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 Hidden Away
 Abuses against Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK
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 Findings
 Obligations
 Recommendations
 To the UK Government
 To the UK Parliament
 To the Home…
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 Whose Development?
 Human Rights Abuses in Sierra Leone’s Mining Boom
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 Sierra Leone
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 Recommendations
 To the

 Government of Sierra Leone
 To the
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 “They Treat Us

 Like Animals”
 Mistreatment of Drug Users and “Undesirables”

 in Cambodia’s Drug Detention Centers
 Map 1:

 Closed Drug Detention Centers and the Planned National Center…
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 With the rapid development and proliferation of robotic

 weapons, machines are starting to take the place of humans on the battlefield.

 Some military and robotics experts have…
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 Introduction
 
 
 
 An estimated 16 million people
 inject drugs worldwide.[1] An
 equal number are estimated to use methamphetamine.[2]
 Some of these individuals are…
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 A broker said that the company is looking for women to work

 in Malaysia. When I asked if there is anyone who will help my daughter if she

 is in trouble…
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 Off the Streets 
 Arbitrary Detention and Other Abuses against Sex Workers
 in Cambodia 
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 I. Summary
 Key Recommendations
 II. Methodology
 III. Sex Work in Cambodia
 Numbers and Origins
 Civil…