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The civil liberties and human rights organisation Liberty responsed to the Home Office’s 'Go home' vans by putting its own van on the streets of London yesterday.
A complete overhaul of human rights is needed in Iran, Amnesty has declared in relation to the inauguration of the new President this weekend.
The High Court dismissal of a legal challenge to the ‘bedroom tax’ will increase the risk of homelessness for disabled families and vulnerable children, says Shelter.
The UN Secretary- General has condemned the upsurge of violence in Egypt, calling for peaceful protest and respect for the right to free speech and assembly.
Californian prison authorities have breached international human rights obligations by punitive measures against prisoners on hunger strike, says Amnesty.
UK export licences for military equipment worth over £12bn have been approved for 27 countries classified as "of concern" because of their poor human rights records.
A new briefing from Amnesty reveals that the Chinese authorities are still illegally holding detainees in custody and refusing them access to their lawyers and families.
Ban Ki-moon has underscored the support of the United Nations for an Egyptian Government fully accountable to its people.
The Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO) has been named as one of the 100 most influential global actors in armed violence reduction.
The WCC General Secretary, Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit shared reflections on diakonia at the DIAKONIA 21st World Assembly, which is being held in Berlin 1 to 8 July.
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