Plans to dramatically expand the powers of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pose a "huge threat" to human rights, law and the country's democratic future, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said Wednesday. In a damning statement againstShow More Summary
Human Rights Watch is calling on Nigeria’s government to compensate the victims of Tuesday’s bombing.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Disabled refugees and migrants are not properly identified in Greece and have poor access to basic services such as toilets, showers, food and medical care, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report on Wednesday.
Now President-elect Donald Trump has been marked as a potential threat to human rights? Human Rights Watch is supposed to be a extremely respected organization. However, when you bow to
Human Rights Watch just released the World Report for 2017, and it takes aim at incoming U.S. president Donald Trump. In its annual report on worldwide human rights threats, the nonprofit, nongovernmental organization said the U.S. and the president-elect pose a human rights risk. Show More Summary
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH LABELS U.S. A ‘HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSER’ BECAUSE OF TRUMP. Give the left points for consistency at least – Obama was given the Nobel Peace Prize only a few months after taking office; despite Trump not even in office, the Soros-funded Human Rights Watch is performing the mirror universe version of the same […]
Human Rights Watch lists Trump as a threat. [His campaign is called] a “vivid illustration of the politics of intolerance.” “Donald Trump’s election as US president after a campaign fomenting hatred and intolerance, and the rising influence of political parties in Europe that reject universal rights, have put the postwar human rights system at risk,” [...]
Ah! Watch it in its 1967 glory — San Francisco takes off toward the Summer of Love:In the early 60s, we'd had "sit-ins," when civil rights advocates quite logically made a protest out of sitting at lunch-counters where black people had been excluded. Show More Summary
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The Hill report: Human Rights Watch is listing President-elect Donald Trump as a threat to human rights, calling his campaign a “vivid illustration of the politics of intolerance.” “Donald Trump’s election as US president after a campaign...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch | – – (Washington, DC) – The rise of populist leaders in the United States and Europe poses a dangerous threat to basic rights protections while encouraging abuse by…
"No comment," said a drone-bomb President Really Good at Kill-Lists ordered to kill an American citizen. I don't really care about that much, but shouldn't these lunatics? [A]ccording to HRW, anyone who supports repeal of Obamacare or is pro-life is...
"This is a more fundamental threat to human rights than George Bush..."
Citing President-elect Donald Trump, Human Rights Watch has listed the United States as one of the biggest threats to human rights around the...
(Beirut) – Lebanon’s human rights situation deteriorated in 2016 amid longstanding human rights concerns, a waste management crisis, refugee concerns, and attacks on freedom of expression and dissent, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2017. The government’s failure to provide basic services, including timely and sanitary garbage removal, led to protests, with […]
A leading human rights group warns of the worldwide threat posed by the rise of populist leaders like U.S. President-elect Donald Trump. Human Rights Watch, in its annual World Report released on Thursday, pointed to “the rise of leaders...Show More Summary
Corruption and police abuse will only end in Papua New Guinea when officials are held accountable for their actions, Human Rights Watch said Friday, accusing the government of failing to protect victims. Dozens of people were injured...Show More Summary
Human Rights Watch says the “misogynistic, xenophobic and racist rhetoric” of Donald J. Trump’s campaign does not bode well for core human rights obligations.
Brazilian police are torturing and illegally killing thousands of people a year while violent gangs are running the country's overcrowded prisons, Human Rights Watch warned Thursday. "Torture and extrajudicial killings by police contribute...Show More Summary
In an annual report that typically focuses on abuses in less-developed countries, Human Rights Watch on Thursday issued a sharp warning that the rise of populist politicians in the United States and Europe threatened modern rights movements and potentially even Western democracy. Show More Summary