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Blueprint | November 30, 2008
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President Obama should make clear at the outset that his administration will restore America’s commitment to refugees and resume its place in the world as a leader in protecting the...
Blueprint | November 30, 2008
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The U.S. government’s misguided embrace of torture, secret prisons, and renditions to torture over the past seven years have undermined its counterterrorism efforts, provided enemies...
Report | March 16, 2008
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Hate crime continues to rise in many parts of Europe and North America according to our 2008 Hate Crime Survey, a second annual report examining bias-driven violence in 2007 and 2008. The 2008...
Report | March 16, 2008
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Executive Summary An effective government response to violent hate crimes is difficult, if not impossible, without a clear picture of the extent of the problem, the types of offenses being...
Report | March 16, 2008
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Executive Summary While governments have an obligation to combat all crime, the hate crime concept is a simple acknowledgement of the greater seriousness of crimes motivated by racial, religious,...
Factsheet | December 31, 2007
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Human Rights First calls on all governments to implement the following Ten-Point Plan for combating violent hate crimes:  Acknowledge and condemn violent hate crimes...
Factsheet | December 31, 2007
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Written in 2008 in response to the atrocities in Darfur, this guide outlines three innovative ideas to enhance the effectiveness of arms embargoes. Targeting parts of the arms supply chain, such as...

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