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 […]
Hundreds gathered to protest the recent Chinese crackdown on dissent in Tibet and call on the President to boycott the opening ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics. Attendees, including eleven Tibetan monks, travelled from all across the East Coast. Kathryn Cameron Porter, President of the Leadership Council for Human Rights, spoke at the event.
About 2 million people within Iraq have been forced to flee their homes as a result of the violence in the central and southern areas of the country. Some have no other option but to live in terrible conditions.
The Leadership Council for Human Rights (LCHR) seeks to encourage and promote information and action campaigns on the behalf of ethnic and religious persecuted peoples, providing assistance to organizations and individuals under threat. Our goal is reach out to groups and individuals to educate, communicate, train and increase effectiveness on human rights issues by bringing […]