Statement by Mr. James Moorhouse, Member of the European Coordination Member of the Sub commitee for Human Rights.
Despite great strides made by the international women’s rights movement over many years, women and girls around the world are still married as children or trafficked into forced labor and sex slavery. They are refused access to education and political participation, and some are trapped in conflicts where rape is perpetrated as a weapon of war. Around the world, deaths related to pregnancy and childbirth are needlessly high, and women are prevented from making deeply personal choices in their private lives. Human Rights Watch is working toward the realization of women’s empowerment and gender equality—protecting the rights and improving the lives of women and girls on the ground.Read More
HRI-Seminar -Human Rights Education.
A seminer organiged by Human Rights International about "Conflict Prevention - The Role of NGOs, Government delegates, Paliamentarians, Journalists, Students and Human Rights activists from around the world.Read More
HRI Seminar Conflict Prevention.
A seminer organiged by Human Rights International about "Conflict Prevention - The Role of NGOs, Governmental and Parliamentary Human Rights Group." was held on 21th June 1995, from 10:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs, at Westminster Central Hall, London, UK.Read More
Universal Declaration of HR
Human rights abuses did not end when the Universal Declaration was adopted. But since then, countless people have gained greater freedom. Violations have been prevented; independence and autonomy have been attained. Many people – though not all – have been able to secure freedom from torture, unjustified imprisonment, summary execution, enforced disappearance, persecution and unjust discrimination, as well as fair access to education, economic opportunities, and adequate resources and health-care.Read More