November 18, 2022

Provide Sustained Support to Child Returnees

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    Iranian women have been at the forefront of recent struggles for freedom and equality. What can be done to support them? HRW’s Birgit Schwarz is in conversation with Sussan Tahmasebi and HRW researcher Tara Sepehri Far.

    Iranian women on October 1, 2022, protest the death of Mahsa (Jina) Amini after she was detained by the morality police, in Tehran.
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    Despite incredible suffering, many children repatriated from detention camps for ISIS families in NE Syria are successfully building new lives in their home countries. In this Twitter Space, we discuss how children repatriated from NE Syrian detention camps are doing, and how governments can help with their reintegration.

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    People across China are taking extraordinary risks to demand their human rights. Yaqiu Wang and Mei Fong discuss China’s stunning spate of "A4 Protests" and the human rights implications.

    Chinese police officers block off access to a site where protesters had gathered in Shanghai on November 27, 2022.
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    In our weekly Twitter Space, HRW discusses labor conditions in Qatar and the fashion industry, and how to ensure better protection for those who make events like the FIFA World Cup and fast fashion products possible.

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    HRW’s Amanda Klasing is joined by HRW researcher Ari Sawyer and Claudia Muñoz from Grassroots Leadership for a conversation on Operation Lone Star at the Texas border and the human costs of deadly deterrence.

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott talks about Operation Lone Star during a press conference at the Texas Department of Public Safety Weslaco Regional Office on April 1, 2021, in Weslaco, Texas.
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    (New York, November 21, 2022) – Many children repatriated from detention camps for Islamic State (ISIS) suspects and their families in northeast Syria are successfully reintegrating in their home countries, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.

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    (Bangkok, November 21, 2022) – The Cambodian government has used the Covid-19 pandemic to jail union activists, restrict union registration, and block the right to strike in the garment and tourism industries, Human Rights Watch tod

    NagaWorld Workers on strike in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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