March 3, 2013 Events collide, tragedy compounds, change worsens and more children cry in the darkness. I am a callous person, tempered by years in warzones and political firefights. Yet, last night, watching the ABC News and Bob Woodruff amongst the cold and exposed refugee children who had fled from the insanity […]
The Leadership Council for Human Rights congratulates the governments of Barbados, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines for freezing their recognition of the so-called “SADR”, a separatist group living in Algeria since 1975. The decision takes into account the position already taken by the other states of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, as well as by […]
Le Groupe GUE/NGL du Parlement Européen condamne l’assassinat de trois activistes kurdes à Paris GUE/NGL Group of the European Parliament condemns the assassination of three Kurdish activists in Paris Brussels, 10/01/2013 “Je n’ai pas de mot pour exprimer l’horreur et la tristesse que je ressens face à ce crime. Rojbin Fidan […]
National, ethnic, religious and linguistic minority rights in Iran, 20 years after its adoption at the UN December 19, 2012 in Human Rights, News Prepared by Sharif Behruz In a special page dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the adoption of Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic […]
BEYOND WORDS! IN TRAGEDY WE ARE ONE Rabat, Morocco, Dec. 16, 2012 The Leadership Council for Human Rights would like to share the message of condolences sent by the King of Morocco Mohammed VI following the horrific shootings in a Connecticut school.
The Leadership Council for Human Rights remains concerned about the proliferation of terrorism in Subsaharan Africa that could have devastating implication on the humanitarian situation. December 3rd 2012, AFP reported that the National Collective representing the populations in northern Mali as well as the Democratic Alliance of Patriots for Crisis Resolution (ADPS), a coalition of […]