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Caribbean under scrutiny as OAS reforms human rights system

Caribbean under scrutiny as OAS reforms human rights system | Human Rights | Scoop.it
Hemispheric human rights organisations are fearful that what is viewed as Caribbean complacency on civil liberties may contribute to the undermining of the inter-American human rights system through r...
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Influence of Coastal Economic Valuations in the Caribbean | World ...

Influence of Coastal Economic Valuations in the Caribbean | World ... | Human Rights | Scoop.it
Across the Caribbean, national economies are heavily dependent on coastal ecosystem services. Coral reefs, mangroves, and other coastal ecosystems provide fish habitat, attract tourists, and protect shorelines from storm damage.
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Publishers beware: European Court of Human Rights imposes liability for anonymous defamatory comments

Publishers beware: European Court of Human Rights imposes liability for anonymous defamatory comments | Human Rights | Scoop.it
This week, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that it was 'practical and reasonable' to hold website Delfi.ee legally accountable for anonymous comments.

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Wedding horror: Groom shot at reception after bride flies to ...

Wedding horror: Groom shot at reception after bride flies to ... | Human Rights | Scoop.it
A TRAUMATISED bride told today how her new husband was brutally murdered at their wedding reception.
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Dispatches: Two Years after Gaddafi, Lawless in Libya | Human Rights Watch

Dispatches: Two Years after Gaddafi, Lawless in Libya | Human Rights Watch | Human Rights | Scoop.it
To understand the current lawlessness in Libya, it helps to look at Muammar Gaddafi’s death two years ago today.
On October 20, 2011, armed rebels captured the dictator hiding in a drainpipe in Sirte after his convoy was bombed by NATO.

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Quociente Cultural 's curator insight, October 21, 2013 6:40 AM

Hummm ... persuit impartial justice using a high level of cruelty, that s really paradoxal, no?  Yeap, only HRW could invent this argument. 

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Haitian families to sue UN for compensation over cholera deaths - The Guardian

Haitian families to sue UN for compensation over cholera deaths - The Guardian | Human Rights | Scoop.it
The Guardian Haitian families to sue UN for compensation over cholera deaths The Guardian Human rights lawyers have filed a lawsuit against the United Nations seeking compensation for the families of thousands of Haitians who died of cholera as a...
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