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Letter | February 14, 2013
Twenty-eight of the nation’s most respected retired generals and admirals sent a letter to President Obama urging him to publicly support declassification of the Senate intelligence committee’s...
Testimony | February 12, 2013
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In a statement submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Human Rights First’s Eleanor Acer urged Congress to seize the opportunity to renew America’s promise to refugees. Her statement urges...
Letter | February 07, 2013
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Coalition letter to Congress members providing recommendations to reform the U.S. asylum system as part of immigration reform. Download
Letter | February 07, 2013
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Letter To the Obama Administration from 80 organizations, 82 law professors, in support of recommendations on asylum for immigration reform. Download
Opinions | February 06, 2013
Op-ed by Elisa Massimino. It’s been four years since President Barack Obama signed an executive order banning torture and eight years since the CIA shelved the torture techniques euphemistically...
Opinions | February 05, 2013
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Op-ed by C. Dixon Osburn. John Brennan has said U.S. drone policy is "establishing precedents that other nations may follow, and not all of them [read China, Russia, Iran] will be nations that...
Testimony | February 04, 2013
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In a statement submitted to the House Judiciary Committee, Human Rights First’s Eleanor Acer reminded Congress that part of immigration reform must address a key U.S. interest: protection for of...
Opinions | February 02, 2013
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Op-ed by Diana Sayed. Women activists have protested all over the world against sexual violence in Egypt. The protests, which took place in front of Egyptian embassies in 20 capitals worldwide and...

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