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Vol. 7 No. 2 – April 2013

Content Tribute to Rashid: Your life and death Danilo Reyes New ‘principles’ for state authorized killings in Asia Basil Fernando and Bijo Francis My struggle for justice: Living in fear and uncertainty Myrna Reblando No freedom of expression in Pakistan Baseer Naveed Inter-religious integration—Inclusion not intrusion A reflection by Bishop Duleep de Chickera Bangladesh: UN […]

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Vol. 7 No. 3 – June 2013

Content – Day 1 – 22nd July 2012 WELCOME Wong Kai Shing, Executive Director of Asian Legal Resource Centre, Hong Kong OPENING ADDRESS Professor Emeritus Ole Esperson, Former Minister of Justice, Denmark KEYNOTE SPEECH Jan Ole Haagansen, Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims, Denmark AN INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW John Joseph Clancey, Chairman of The Asian […]

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Vol. 7 No. 4 – August 2013

Content ‘Film generates greater empathy’ Interview with Josefina Bergsten Dysfunctional institutions and the absence of remedies in Bangladesh Meryam Dabhoiwalas Inclusion of jihadi material in school curriculum is fuel for terrorism Nida Nida Midday meals must stay; Bihar government should go Simon Ladegaard Jakobsen Pakistani government to do away with the Ministry of Human Rights […]

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Vol. 7 No. 5 – October 2013

Content Canadian Pakistanis on Jews, Gays and Pesh Imams Baseer Naveed ‘They hear but they don’t listen’: A reflection on the UNHRC sessions Danilo Reyes Tribute to Sunila Abeysekera Anita Pariyar Real threats in cyberspace: Challenges to freedom of e-xpression in Indonesia Answer Styannes Phishing the cyber liberty in India Anjuman Ara Begum A reflection […]

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Vol. 7 No. 6 – December 2013

Content Asia: Civil society needs to converge to protect rights Asian Human Rights Commission UN honours Nelson Mandela as champion of peace, reconciliation UN News Centre The Daw Suu of Burma: Between the reaffirmed honours of today and the challenges of tomorrow Liliana Corrieri India: Mothers’ quest for justice Anjuman Begum ‘Bring down the beast […]

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Vol. 8 No. 1 – February 2014

Content ‘Women are the last colony’: Interview with gender activist Kamla Bhasin Chitra Kalyani Record breaking Baloch march for justice nears completion despite threats and intimidation Meryam Dabhoiwala Abuse of maid highlights Hong Kong’s poor treatment of migrants Indonesia desk, Asian Human Rights Commission Dowry violence: Surviving with stigmas Dr Rakhshinda Perveen SOUTH KOREA: Sexual […]

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Vol. 8 No. 2 – April 2014

Content Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong exploited and forgotten Meredith Mcbride Daughters of soil: Recognizing women farmers of northeast Dr Vijaylakshmi Brara As wheat rots in Pakistan’s go-downs, 193 children have died of starvation in Thar district Hunger Alert, AHRC Widows journeying together along the path of healing Dom-an Florence Manegdeg Human rights in […]

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Vol. 8 No. 5 – October 2014

Content ‘Consciousness in action of millions of people’ determines social direction Interview with George Katsiaficas Occupy Hong Kong: Protests for democracy and universal suffrage Editorial Dialogue must replace violence Kowloon Union Church Understanding and overcoming sexual violence in India Anjuman Ara Begum Malala Yousafzai: Epitome of fight against religious oppression of women Asian Human Rights […]

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Vol. 8 No. 6 – December 2014

Full details of this issue can be viewed at AHRC now. Content Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement: What next? Jianne Soriano ‘Women have great potential to bring peace’: Interview with Ruby Kholifah Anjuman Ara Begum Ending violence against women in Asia Editorial ‘Action cannot wait’: Walking the walk on human rights implementation Sanjeewa Liyanage Justice V.R. […]

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