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Meet our 2018 FIHRE Fellows!

We are excited to announce our 2018 FIHRE Fellows: Suzanne Babb , Why Hunger Suzanne is the Community Partnerships Manager at WhyHunger, an organization supporting grassroots-led movements for food justice...
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Advancing Human Rights 2017: A Status Report on Human Rights in the United States
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2017 Human Rights Status Report: Advancing Human Rights

Advancing Human Rights: A Status Report on Human Rights in the United States spotlights human rights violations across the full spectrum of rights-from civil and political to economic, social and cultural.
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