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We gave every US state a grade on their child rights laws. The results are alarming. Join HRW and partners to discuss the scorecards and what they mean for child rights in the United States.
In the final episode of Ken Roth’s Exit Interviews, Ken is joined by former German Ambassador to the United Nations Christoph Heusgen to discuss the state of human rights in 2022.
(Istanbul, September 22, 2022) – Plastic recycling in Turkey is harming the health of many people and degrading the environment for everyone, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
Join HRW for a conversation on new United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss as we discuss what this transition means for the assault on human rights.
HRW’s Fereshta Abbasi and John Sifton discuss the ISIS group targeting religious minorities in Afghanistan.
Each year tens of thousands of adolescent girls across Africa drop out of school or experience discrimination because they are pregnant, married, or are mothers. In this Twitter Space, we discuss HRW's latest report on education access and barriers across Africa.
(Bangkok, August 24, 2022) – Rohingya Muslims are still awaiting justice and protection of their rights five years after the Myanmar military began a sweeping campaign of