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Letter | April 15, 2014
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Members of Congress sent a letter to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) urging them to amend the Olympic Charter's nondiscrimination clause, Principle 6, to include sexual orientation and...
Opinions | April 11, 2014
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This is an opinion piece by Eric T. Fair in the Washington Post Read more Seven years ago, I wrote op-ed in this newspaper about my role conducting abusive interrogations in places like Abu...
Opinions | April 04, 2014
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By Mahdi Abu Deeb JAU, Bahrain — The opening day of the prestigious Formula 1 race in Bahrain — April 6, 2014 — is an important day for my country: the government gets the chance to show the world...
Opinions | April 03, 2014
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By Raha Wala The Senate intelligence committee will finally take a vote today that promises to end the debate on torture once and for all. For years now, pundits and torture proponents have been...
Opinions | April 02, 2014
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By Eleanor Acer, Refugee Protection When I met with Syrian refugees in Jordan and Turkey a few months ago, many were already struggling with the realization that they would not be able...
Infographic | April 01, 2014
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Human Rights First is concerned about the rising tide of legislation in Africa that criminalizes homosexuality or otherwise infringes on basic human rights but we are also inspired by the brave...
Transcript | April 01, 2014
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Featuring: Former General Counsel of the Navy Alberto Mora, Former Senior Intelligence Officer with U.S. Air Force Col. Steve Kleinmen, and Human Rights First’s Senior Counsel for Defense &...
Factsheet | April 01, 2014
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The proliferation of antisemitic and discriminatory statements by elected officials in Hungary—sometimes followed by apologies, sometimes not—creates a permissive climate for hatred, discrimination,...