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2018 FIHRE II Fellows

The US Human Rights Network is proud to announce the fellows for the second FIHRE of 2018, with a focus on Pan-African Femme organizing in the South. Addisalem Gebrekidan Many Languages, One Voice (MLOV) Currently, addisalem, is a worker justice organizer for immigrant/Black, Indigenous, and POC low-income workers in the...
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National Human Rights Cities Alliance

About the National Human Rights Cities Alliance The National Human Rights Cities Alliance is a member-led and organized initiative of the US Human Rights Network, supported by the USHRN Coordinating Center, it works to strengthen relationships among human rights city organizers, including grassroots and local advocates for human rights cities,...
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2018 FIHRE II Fellows

The FIHRE II Cohort for 2018 focusing on Pan-African Femme organizing in the South
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CAT: Convention Against Torture

Implementing CAT: Working to Eliminate Torture USHRN works to promote full implementation of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (typically called the Convention...
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Fighting Injustice through Human Rights Education Program (FIHRE)

FIHRE 2018 This year's retreat will be held at the Highlander Center for Research and Education on June 12-14, 2018 . Applications Open | DEADLINE EXTENDED: May 13 11:59 PM...
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Human Rights at Home Campaign

The Human Rights at Home (HuRAH) Campaign is a collaborative effort to help ensure that human rights principles, standards, and obligations are considered and implemented in all areas of domestic...
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ICCPR: International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

IMPLEMENTING THE ICCPR: Working for Civil and Political Rights What is the ICCPR? The ICCPR is a human rights treaty adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 16,...
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ICERD: The International Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination

The U.S. Government ICERD Review took place on August 13-14, 2014. On August 29, 2014 the United Nations CERD Committee released its Concluding Observations , which include serious concerns and...
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National Human Rights Cities Alliance

Learn more about USHRN member-led organizing for human rights cities!
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UPR: Universal Periodic Review

U.S. Government Universal Periodic Review Took Place May 11, 2015 Click here to see the US Human Rights Network Press Conference held in Geneva on May 11 after the U.S...
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