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Summary We have nothing called freedom. –Mohammed Siddiq, lived in Sin Tet Maw camp in Pauktaw, September 2020 Hamida Begum was born in Kyaukpyu, a coastal town in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State, in a neighborhood where Rohingya Muslims, Kaman…
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Summary “States and relevant stakeholders will contribute resources and expertise to expand and enhance the quality and inclusiveness of national education systems to facilitate access by refugee[s] … and special efforts will be mobilized to…
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  Summary “Nasim” grew up in Mosul, Iraq, and attended school for five years until the Islamic State (ISIS) took control of the city in 2014. Nasim, who was 13 at the time, didn’t like the curriculum ISIS imposed in his school, so he dropped…
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  Summary In late August and September 2017, Bangladesh welcomed the sudden influx of several hundred thousand Rohingya refugees fleeing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. This followed an earlier wave of violence in October 2016, which forced over…
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Summary I was held down by six men and raped by five of them. First, they [shot and] killed my brother … then they threw me to the side and one man tore my lungi [sarong], grabbed me by the mouth and held me still. He stuck a knife into my side and…
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Summary Arif B. was just 15 years old in early 2011 when he left Afghanistan to travel to Indonesia by himself.He borrowed US$7,000 to pay smugglers to bring him to…
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Dead Men Walking Convict Porters on the Front Lines in Eastern Burma Transport Routes and Area Use of Convict Porters in the 2011 Offensive Map of Post-Election Offensive Area 2010-2011 Acronyms and Burmese Terms…
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At a Crossroads Human Rights in Iraq Eight Years after the US-Led Invasion Summary Methodology I. Rights of Women and Girls Background Targeting Female Leaders and Activists Trafficking …
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  Map of Burma   © 2009 Human Rights Watch   Key facts about Burma’s Political Prisoners Activists and anyone outspoken against military rule have been routinely locked up…
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"No Blood, No Foul" Soldiers' Accounts of Detainee Abuse in Iraq Summary Recommendations Soldiers' Accounts I. Task Force 20/121/6-26/145 Camp Nama, Baghdad II. Forward Operating Base "Tiger," near al Qaim, Iraq. III. Mosul: Camp…
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By the Numbers Findings of the Detainee Abuse and Accountability Project Summary By the Numbers Analysis Criminal Punishments: Verdicts and Sentencing Officers' Liability Under the Command Responsibility Doctrine Reliance on Non-judicial Hearings and…
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A Face and a Name Civilian Victims of Insurgent Groups in Iraq I. Summary The Victims Insurgent Groups Arguments of Insurgent Groups Violations by U.S. and Iraqi Government Forces Methodology II. Recommendations III. Insurgent Groups in Iraq Attacks on…
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Getting Away with Torture? Command Responsibility for the U.S. Abuse of Detainees Executive Summary Recommendations I. Official Sanction of Crimes against Detainees II. A World of Abuse III. Getting…
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Introduction Since late April 2004, when the first photographs appeared of U.S. military personnel humiliating, torturing, and otherwise mistreating detainees at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, the United States …
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Violent Response: The U.S. Army in al-Falluja Table of Contents I. Summary and Introduction Methodology II. Recommendations Investigation Use of Force III. Background: The Entry of U.S. Forces in al-Falluja IV. April 28 …