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Operation Lone Star and the Human Costs of Deadly Deterrence
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.
A New Chance in Life
(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.
Cambodia: Union Busting
(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
Explosive Weapons in Populated Areas Threatens Civilians
Countries should endorse and implement a new political declaration protecting civilians from the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
FIFA/Qatar: Migrant Workers Call for Compensation for Abuses
(Beirut) – Migrant workers and their families are demanding compensation from FIFA and Qatar authorities for abuses, including unexplained deaths, that workers suffered preparing for the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup, Human Rights Watch said today.
Families Separated by US Child Welfare System
(New York, November 17, 2022) – Child welfare systems in the United States too often treat poverty as the basis for charges of neglect and decisions to remove children from their parents, Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) said in a report rele
Leave No One Behind - Why Climate Change Debates Need to Be Inclusive
How do extreme weather events affect people with disabilities, and why is there a need for adaptation and mitigation efforts to be more inclusive? During COP27, Birgit Schwarz speaks with disability advocates.
Musk’s Twitter: Bad for Human Rights, Good for China and Saudi Rulers?
What does Twitter under Elon Musk mean for human rights? Deborah Brown speaks with Yaqiu Wang and Michael Page for a discussion on Elon Musk, activists, and China and Saudi Arabia.
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Satellite imagery comparison between March 2019 and April 2022 shows the construction of a new bridge across a river in the city of Hoeryung, North Hamkyung province, to create a continuity along the primary border fence. A new secondary fence is also visible, including a segment built directly on the riverbed.