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1 Aug

The Social and Economic Rights Action Center and the Center For Economical And Social Rights v. Nigeria

The case against Nigeria highlights numerous human rights abuses, particularly violations of the right to housing, family, property, a clean environment, and health, stemming from the government’s neglect of impacted […]

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1 Jun

Women Human Rights Defenders: Compounded Violence, Limited Protection

It delves into the critical role of Women Human Rights Defenders (WHRDs) in advancing human rights, particularly women’s rights and gender equality, while highlighting the unique challenges they face, including […]

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10 Feb

Right to Religious Freedom and Non-Discrimination of Queer People in the Inter-American Case Law

Queer rights in Latin America have seen significant advancements since the 1990s, with victories such as decriminalization and the legalization of same-sex marriage. However, conservative and religious groups have resisted […]

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12 Dec

Monthly Report Pakistan

This monthly report provides an overview of human rights violations in November 2022, focusing on minorities and marginalized groups in Pakistan. It covers Pakistan’s history, political structure, significant violations, children’s […]

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10 Dec

Housing Vulnerability Report

In 2022, finding housing in the Netherlands is challenging for internationals, students, people of color, and the LGBTQIA+ community. Global Human Rights Defence conducted a 2022 Housing Vulnerability Survey to […]

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30 Sep

Monthly Report on Government’s Repression of Freedom of Speech and Minority Voices in Vietnam

This report examines the Vietnamese government’s repression of civil society and human rights defenders. It provides an overview of the country’s history, socio-political landscape, religious and ethnic minority groups, and […]

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1 Jul

Monthly Report Pakistan

This monthly report provides an overview of human rights abuses against minority and marginalized groups in Pakistan in July 2022. It examines the country’s history, political structure, minority groups, religions, […]

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1 Jun

Arbitrary Detention and Torture in Tibet

Since the 2008 uprising against Chinese rule, Tibetans, scholars, and artists have faced arbitrary detention and torture due to their connection to their heritage. Detained on charges of inciting separatism, […]

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1 Jun

LGBTQ+ Rights in Bangladesh

The LGBTQ+ community in Bangladesh faces numerous systemic injustices, including physical and sexual violence, low representation in political and administrative bodies, discrimination in employment policies, and lack of access to […]

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25 May

The Massive Incarceration Of Women In Brazil: A Cycle Of Violence And Exclusion

The global trend of female incarceration is increasing, with 740,000 women currently in prison, a 17% increase from 2010. This rise is attributed to policies criminalizing drug possession and punishing […]

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