Human Rights Violation

Human Rights Violation

Girls excluded from returning to secondary school in Afghanistan

Girls were excluded from returning to secondary school in Afghanistan on Saturday, after the country's new Taliban rulers ordered only boys and male teachers back to the classroom

Afghan girls attend a class at the Ishkashim high school for girls in the northeastern province of Badakhshan, near the border with Tajikistan, Afghanistan on 23 April 2008

Recruitment process at NHRC has to be transparent

The indifference of the National Human Rights Commission is not only frustrating but also worrying when there are instances of human rights violation one after another

Recruitment process at NHRC has to be transparent

Virtual discussion

NHRC’s efficacy under question

Speakers at a discussion meeting raised questions about the efficacy of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).

NHRC’s efficacy under question

UN concerned about Afghan women's rights under Taliban

The Taliban is already neglecting its promise to respect Afghan women's rights, a United Nations official based in Kabul said Wednesday

Two burqa-clad Afghan women walk along an under-construction road in Kabul on 8 September, 2021

Afghanistan

Taliban order university women to wear face-covering niqab

The Taliban have ordered that the women attending private Afghan universities must wear an abaya robe and niqab covering most of the face and classes must be segregated by sex -- or at least divided ...

A woman wearing a niqab

4th anniv of Rohingya exodus

'Even no discussion about Rohingya repatriation'

Despite providing shelter to the Rohingyas on humanitarian ground, Bangladesh objective from the beginning was to start the process of repatriation as soon as possible

Rohingyas making their way to Bangladesh

Myanmar genocide memorial event

Genocide in a shared death

No access to being-human is possible unless the children can be trained in the intuitions of democracy, which is the awareness of other people

Suffering etched on the faces of little Rohingya children driven from their country. Picture taken at the Balukhali camp

Myanmar junta crackdown death toll passes 1,000

The country has been in turmoil since 1 February, when the armed forces seized power in a lightning coup, triggering dissent as protesters demanded a return to democracy

Myanmar junta crackdown death toll passes 1,000

HRW accuses Israel, Hamas of 'apparent war crimes' in Gaza conflict

The 11-day conflict saw Hamas and other Palestinian armed groups in Gaza firing thousands of rockets towards Israel, which pounded the strip with hundreds of air strikes

HRW accuses Israel, Hamas of 'apparent war crimes' in Gaza conflict

Russia working closely with Myanmar on military supplies

The head of Russia's state arms exporter said on Wednesday that Moscow is cooperating closely with Myanmar's ruling junta to supply it with military hardware including aircraft

Russia working closely with Myanmar on military supplies
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