On the occasion of celebrating Human Rights Day (December 10^th), we are thrilled to present to you 50 to '67 – Chronicles of Occupation – a unique book on which we have worked over the past year, born in the 50th anniversary of the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian Territories.
The following statement is attributable to Physicians for Human Rights’ Asylum Network Program Officer Kathryn Hampton, MSt:
Action Against Hunger joins 34 other organizations to issue the following statement ahead of the International Parliamentary Conference for Peace in Yemen:
Paris, 7 November 2018 - As humanitarian, human rights and peacebuilding organizations working on Yemen, we welcome tomorrow's unprecedented coming together of legislators from across nations and parties for the first International Parliamentary Conference for Peace in Yemen to demand their governments work together to end the crisis.
Myanmar’s Rakhine state, from which hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims were driven last year, is still experiencing unrest, and incidents of violence are continuing along the Myanmar-Bangladesh border.