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Blueprint | November 30, 2012
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Building on the long history of bipartisan support for U.S. leadership in protecting refugees, the Obama Administration––with leadership and engagement from the White House––should in its...
Blueprint | November 30, 2012
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When to press China’s leadership on human rights, how hard, and with what tools has been an ever-changing calculation, as successive U.S. administrations have tried to balance America’...
Blueprint | November 30, 2012
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The U.S. government has made a firm commitment to support peaceful democratic change in Egypt. The challenge now is how to fulfill that commitment while at the same time pursuing U.S....
Blueprint | November 30, 2012
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Successive administrations have recognized that preventing genocide and crimes against humanity is in the national interest of the United States. The Obama Administration put this...
Blueprint | November 30, 2012
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As more countries crack down on nongovernmental organizations, the Obama Administration should dedicate itself to a stronger and more consistent approach to supporting civil society...
Podcast | November 30, 2012
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This week's FirstCast covers the story of the blind "barefoot" lawyer Chen Guangcheng. We honored him with the 2012 Human Rights First Award for his lifelong work fighting for the rule of law in...
Factsheet | October 31, 2012
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Louisiana immigration detention by the numbers. Download
Testimony | October 18, 2012
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In a Human Rights First testimony before the U.S. Helsinki Commission, Human Rights First’s Meg Roggensack detailed the broad scope of online safety challenges posed by repressive regimes and the...

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