Posts Tagged ‘FIFA World Cup’

Mary Harvey: her goal is now human rights

December 12, 2018

Episode 24 of Asian Human Rights News in television format

April 3, 2014

The 24th Episode of the Human Rights Asia Weekly Roundup by the AHRC covers the encouraging peace agreement which has been signed in Mindanao, putting an end to a 40-year-old conflict between the Moro Islamic Liberation Front and the Philippine government.

In Qatar, hundreds of migrant workers have died in the slavery-like labour conditions on FIFA World Cup construction projects.

Indonesian, MP candidates for the upcoming elections met with Hong Kong’s domestic helpers to discuss improving protections and rights.

In India, the Supreme Court ordered for a time-bound adjudication of all trials involving legislators within a year. This is the first of a series of reports on court delays and what it means for justice in India.

India is the biggest importer of arms in the world while millions still lack basic health care. AHRC calls for the country to reconsider its priorities.

Voices of Survivors: this week hears from Hechin Haokip who was displaced from her mountain village in Manipur because of the on-going conflict but has managed to get back on her feet and help many vulnerable people in her community through human rights activism.

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