Search Results for Tag: Human Rights Watch
Clarita Alia has lost four of her sons to extrajudicial killings in the Philippines. She says many more mothers like her will have to bury their sons as long as Duterte is president.
Date24.08.2018 | 8:52
TagsAna P. Santos, Davao, HRW, Human Rights Watch, ICC, International Criminal Court, Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte
Sondos Al-Qattan recently gave herself a new title in addition to beauty blogger and social media influencer: slave owner.
Date02.08.2018 | 12:42
TagsAbuse, Ana P. Santos, domestic worker, Human Rights Watch, Joanne Demafelis, Kafala System, Kuwait, Philippine, rape, Rodrigo Duterte, Sandos Al-Qattan, sexual harassment, women's rights
In Nigeria, Boko Haram is recruiting women and girls to carry out suicide bomb attacks. NGOs and the Nigerian government are working to rescue these women and reintroduce them to society and their families.
Date18.04.2017 | 15:14
Tags#Bringbackourgirls, #ChibokGirls, #NeverTobeForgotten, Boko Haram, Borno state, Chibok, female suicide bombers, Human Rights Watch, Nigeria, women's rights
Human Rights Watch has urged Bangladesh to scrap a proposed legislation that calls for lowering the legal marriage age of girls to 16. Child marriage rates are very high in South Asia, with Bangladesh topping the list.
Date26.06.2015 | 13:01
TagsAfghanistan, bangladesh, Child marriage, girls' rights, HRW, human rights violation, Human Rights Watch, marital rape, Pakistan, south asia, women's rights
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A report by International Federation for Human Rights suggests men, women and children are being abused after the Egyptian military takeover in July 2013. Read more news about women here.
Date22.05.2015 | 14:47
TagsAbuse, Ausgerechnet Kabul, egypt, Farkhunda, feminist, Human Rights Watch, Kabul, Middle East, nepal, Ronja von Wurmb-Seibel, sex attack, sexual assault, sexual violence
The rights group Human Rights Watch says that more than 200 women and girls were raped by members of the Sudanese army in a 36-hour assault on the north Darfur town of Tabit beginning on October 30, 2014. DW spoke to Human Rights Watch spokesperson Leslie Lefkow.
Date20.02.2015 | 14:38