Dec 17, 2012

Taiwan: Concerned About Prisoners Of Conscience

On December 11 20112, Taiwan’s parliament passed a resolution demanding the government to pay attention to over 4,000 prisoners of conscience including: pro-democracy activists, human-rights advocates, Falun Gong practitioners, and Tibetans.

Dec 17, 2012

Taiwan: Concerned About Prisoners Of Conscien...

On December 11 20112, Taiwan’s parliament passed a resolution demanding the government to pay attention to over 4,000 prisoners of conscience including: pro-democracy activists, human-rights advocates,...

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Dec 14, 2012

Tibet: Letter Of Concern To Xi Jinping

Tibetan scholars and youth wrote to President Xi Jinping expressing their concerns about the state of the Tibetan language in China. 

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Dec 14, 2012

Kosova: Agreement On Liaison Officers To Normalize...

The appointment of liaison officers in Belgrade and Pristina is a step forward to normalize relations between the both countries.  

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Dec 14, 2012

Southern Azerbaijan: Human Rights Activist Found...

Naser Khanzedeh was a human right activist known for his peaceful struggle to protect his nation.  

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Dec 14, 2012

Taiwan: Ma Ying-jeou Calls For Larger Role In...

The President of Taiwan seeks expanded role for Taiwan in UN Agencies based on Taiwan technical expertise and strategic location.

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Dec 14, 2012

Batwa: Walking Back The Forests Again

Uganda’s Batwa are reclaiming their ancestral land as tour guides. Being allowed to go back to the forest and earn a living as tour guides is a step forward to help them preserve their culture and...

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Dec 14, 2012

Chin: Government Granted Permission For Community-Based...

The issuance of licenses for registration and publication of mass media has been granted in the Chin State. 

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Dec 13, 2012

Taiwan: First Indigenous Political Party Founded...

The “First Nations” Party is intended to become a reference to all Taiwanese indigenous communities seeking autonomy. 

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