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The US Human Rights Network is a national network of organizations and individuals working to strengthen a human rights movement and culture within the United States, that is led by the people most directly impacted by human rights violations.
Today, the US Human Rights Network joins people across the world to celebrate and recognize World Water Day. Today and everyday, we say: "Water is a human right!"
2016 has been a big, busy, and heavy year for all of us. As we hold that, we want to lift up the powerful work we’ve done with our members, partners, and donors over the past twelve months. Support us and help us take our work to the next level in 2017!
AFTER 3 DECADES OF SEWAGE CRISIS, BLACK BELT CITIZENS DEMAND A CHANGE
Uniontown, AL - Uniontown sits at a very pivotal and important moment. In the midst of a sewage crisis that has lasted over 3 decades, Uniontown has to make a decision: will we build a wastewater treatment plant or more sprayfields?
The 125th session of the Human Rights Committee will take place in Geneva, Palais Wilson, from 4 to 29 March 2019.
24th Session of the Working Group, 25-29 March 2019: Data for Racial Justice
This exhibition asks: How can art urge accountability for human rights in ways that the law—linked with state violence—cannot?
Bringing Human Rights Home Lawyers' Network, Co-sponsored by USHRN
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Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of Northern California, and Pua Case, Program Coordinator for Mauna Kea Education and Awareness of Hawaiʻi, presented on the human rights violations connected to the proposed construction of a 18-story observatory on Mauna Kea, a mountain sacred to indigenous Hawaiians.
Composed by the Network’s member delegation to the sixty-third session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
Last week, USHRN attended the sixty-third session of the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in New York City.
If you are a US Human Right Network member considering or planning to attend the Forum, please fill out the USHRN Member UNPFII 2019 Questionnaire by 26 March 2019, as this will assist USHRN in planning further opportunities for engagement during the 18th session.
Interactive dialogue on the focus area: ‘Women and girls of African descent’
High-level interactive dialogue: 'Accelerating implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action: towards Beijing +25.'