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How Did the United States Really Perform in the United Nations Human Rights Review? By the Numbers, the News is Not Good

How Did the United States Really Perform in the United Nations Human Rights Review? By the Numbers, the News is Not Good May 18, 2015 By Radhika Balakrishnan and María Herminia Graterol The United States, so comfortable judging the human rights performance and policies of other countries, had a second...
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U.S. Failings Exposed in U.N. Human Rights Review in IPS News

U.S. Failings Exposed in U.N. Human Rights Review By Gustavo Capdevila The human rights exam in Geneva complained that U.S. President Barack Obama has failed to keep his promise to close down the Guantánamo military base. Credit: Shane T. McCoy/U.S. Navy GENEVA, May 12 2015 (IPS) - Without the emperor’s...
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A Report by the Human Rights Clinic at the University of Texas School of Law

The heat in Texas prisons is so severe that at least 14 inmates have died since 2007 in Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) facilities, despite the fact that the...
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USHRN Announces Call for Proposals - ADVANCING HUMAN RIGHTS 2015

Submit your workshop or emerging issue proposal for ADVANCING HUMAN RIGHTS 2015 by May 29
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U.S. Human Rights Movement Builders Awards 2015

USHRN Announces Call for Nominations - Deadline for Nominations May 8
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Rio Grande Valley Human Rights Hearing

Hearing documents impact of the reproductive health care crisis in Texas
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