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References on human rights in the Caribbean
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Please help stop Laura Chinchilla & Oscar Arias Human Rights abuses: extortion & beatings of Costa Ricans by their Presidential Police-la DIS

Please help stop Laura Chinchilla & Oscar Arias  Human Rights abuses: extortion & beatings of Costa Ricans by their Presidential Police-la DIS | Human Rights Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago | Scoop.it
Dear students, leaders, workers, mothers, fathers, families,leaders and Presidents. Please help Costa Rica: Say Yes to Peace and NO!...

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YES to PEACE!!

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63mins Video: Drugs Panel Debate on the futility of banning drugs


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Choice. People have choices in choosing whatever happens in their life. Some, these days choose wrongly and for drug users it's a sad story until they choose otherwise.

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Julian Buchanan's curator insight, April 14, 2013 7:23 PM

So ironic to hear opening intro on drugs debate to innocently invite, and hope, people stay behind after the discussion and take drugs together!! (alcohol) 

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Is it necessary to abridge individual Human Rights in the fight against crime?

By Sophia M. Paz and Mikhail A.C. Jackson     Introduction As human rights have developed over centuries, so have its several interpretations in society, but the overall theme has always remained t...

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As human beings we all have human rights, even criminals have rights.

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SCISSION: JAMAICA: " THE RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ...

SCISSION: JAMAICA: " THE RESPECT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ... | Human Rights Foundation of Trinidad and Tobago | Scoop.it
Jamaica has a population of less then three million people. Police on the island kill hundreds of people every year...well more then 1200 since 2007 alone. That's a lot of people being shot for not following instructions.

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All human beings must have respect for human rights!

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Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (RT @ArriannaMarie: RT @UNrightswire: #Eritrea: UN expert to assess human rights situation through #refugees in neighbouring countries: http://t.co/0nXc22QWhs)...
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