Sexualized Violence Against Iraqi Women By US Occupying Forces

A Briefing Paper OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Prepared by Kristen McNutt, Researcher, Association of Humanitarian Lawyers Presented to The United Nations Commission on Human Rights 2005 Session March Geneva Contact: Iraqi female detainees have been illegally detained, raped and sexually violated by United States military personnel. Women who stay at home in traditional roles… Continue reading >>

United Nations A/RES/3/217 A

General Assembly Distr: General 10 December 1948 Third session Resolutions adopted by the General Assembly [Part A of General Assembly resolution 217 (III). International Bill of Human Rights] 217 A (III). Universal Declaration of Human Rights Preamble Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the… Continue reading >>

First Ever Mind-Body Spirit Symposium at the United Nations

Organized and chaired by Dr. Kalayjian Press Release (April 2007) United Nations Ambassador Mr. Francois Oubida, from the government of Burkina Faso, together with the non-governmental organizations Human Rights Committee, held a unique briefing at the United Nations with invited panelists to discuss human rights violations and recovery issues on February 15, 2007. Entitled Human… Continue reading >>

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