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zaterdag 30 juni 2018

“I am Equally Human”

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THE WEEK IN RIGHTS | JUNE 28, 2018

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People with disabilities in Iran are cut off from society because of discrimination and inaccessible public buildings and services.
Approximately 12 million people have some kind of a disability in Iran. A new report from Human Rights Watch tells their stories.
Hassan (not his real name), who uses a wheelchair in Tehran, said: “I try to avoid using escalators, but sometimes I have no other choice. With my heavy wheelchair…, getting on the escalator feels like a suicide [mission].”
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We must end zero tolerance and the criminalization of immigrant families. Asylum seekers should not be detained. Help us #EndFamilyDetention today!
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According to the UN Refugee Agency, the number of people displaced by conflict and persecution totaled a record high 68.5 million in 2017, including 25.4 million refugees who crossed international borders in search of protection.
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The Jehovah’s Witness faith is not an extremist organization, and authorities should stop this religious persecution of its worshipers now.
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Human Rights Watch’s US Program Director Nicole Austin Hillery reflects on the Supreme Court’s decision to allow President Donald Trump’s travel ban to come into effect.
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