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Nationwide protests against police brutality in the US; children’s drawings expose cruelty of Greece’s detention system; Hong Kong bans Tiananmen massacre vigil; Algerian authorities continue to jail journalists despite new draft constitution; Brazil…
A view of the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on May 28, 2020.
Fumino Sugiyama is a father, a business owner, a trans rights activist, and the director of Tokyo Pride. But before all that, he was an international athlete and a member of Japan’s women’s fencing team.  This summer, Japan was supposed to be hosting the…
Fumino Sugiyama, a transgender man, holds his Japanese ID card, which reads “female,” at his home in Tokyo.
Trending rights tweets this week: Rare 1920s footage of Greenwood, an African-American enclave in Tulsa, Oklahoma, once known as the “Black Wall Street;” the most severe blow to the rights of people in Hong Kong since1997; the devastating effects of…
Reverend Robert Turner of the historic Mount Vernon African Methodist Episcopal (AME) church, damaged in the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.
Christoph Beumelburg Director, Group Communication & Investor Relations HeidelbergCement Berliner Strasse 6 69120 Heidelberg, Germany   Re: Meeting Request Regarding Nahal Raba Quarry Expansion   Dear Mr. Beumelburg, We are writing to request…
We, the undersigned civil society groups, call on the Cambodian government to immediately and safely repatriate a large group of Cambodian nationals currently stuck in Malaysia. Permitting their return is consistent with article 40 of the Cambodian…
In this March 20, 2020, photo, garment factory workers wear face masks as they walk out at the end of their work shift near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 

Burmese Authorities Are Using Covid-19 Response Measures as a Pretext to Harass and Extort Rohingyas

This is what life is like for the 130,000 internally displaced Rohingyas trapped in detention camps in central Rakhine state in Myanmar: in the camps, they have no future, with little access to land or livelihoods. They depend on foreign aid supplies and…
Rohingya refugees stand at the Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, April 1, 2020.