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Community Leaders

Monitoring Children's Rights: A Toolkit for Community-Based Organizations (Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children, Ottawa, 2003). Language(s): English, French. ...

Issues: Arbitrary arrest, Armed conflict, Caste discrimination

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human rights research and evaluation

HREA human rights research and evaluation resources.

Issues: Arbitrary arrest, Armed conflict, Caste discrimination

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Human rights policies and regulatory frameworks

HREA resources about human rights policies and regulatory frameworks.

Issues: Arbitrary arrest, Armed conflict, Caste discrimination

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Human rights curriculum development and methodology

HREA human rights curriculum development and methodology resources.

Issues: Education

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Torture, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment

Torture is a serious violation of human rights and is strictly prohibited by international law....

Issues: Police brutality, Prisons, Rape and sexual abuse

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United Nations Human Rights System

The United Nations (UN) has created a global structure for protecting human rights, based largely on its Charter, non-binding declarations, legally binding treaties and on various activities aimed at ...

Issues: Arbitrary arrest, Armed conflict, Caste discrimination

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Rights of the Aged

Over the past several decades a massive change has taken place in a key demographic area of the planet’s human population: age....

Issues: Older persons

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Sustainable Development

The right to development implies the right to improvement and advancement of economic, social, cultural and political conditions....

Issues: Education, Food & health & development, Housing

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Slavery and Forced Labor

To be a slave is to be controlled by another person or persons so that your will does not determine your life's course, and rewards for your work and sacrifices are not yours to claim....

Issues: Child labor, Child pornography, Child prostitution

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Rights of Non-Citizens

According to Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, “a citizen is a member of a state to whom he or she owes allegiance and is entitled to its protection.” Hence, from this definition, it is i...

Issues: Discrimination, Immigration

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