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Washington Week on Human Rights.

April 27, 2015 ·  By (Credit to Human Rights First)

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 2015 The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will host a hearing on “State Department Reauthorization: Ensuring Effective U.S. Diplomacy Within A Responsible Budget.” Deputy Secretary of State for Management And Resources Heather Higginbottom will testify. 9:30AM, 419 Dirksen Senate Office Building The House Financial Services Committee will host a hearing on “Task Force […]

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Senate approves human trafficking bill 99-0; Next up vote on Loretta Lynch nomination with Vitter and Cassidy opposed .

April 27, 2015 ·  By (Credit to Nola.)

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  WASHINGTON — For a bill that passed 99-0 Wednesday (April 22), it sure took a long time. The Senate finally passed the bipartisan Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act after nearly six weeks of delay resulting from a dispute over contentious anti-abortion language added to the bill by Republicans. That issue was finally resolved this […]

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R.A. No. 9851 – breakthrough law for IHL enforcement in the Philippines

January 8, 2010 ·  By Atty. Soliman M. Santos, Jr., CSI-IHL

Co-Founder/Convenor, Civil Society Initiatives for International Humanitarian Law (CSI-IHL) Quezon City, Philippines, 8 January 2010 Republic Act No. 9851, the new “Philippine Act on Crimes Against International Humanitarian Law, Genocide, and Other Crimes Against Humanity” signed into law on 11 December 2009, is a breakthrough law for the enforcement of international humanitarian law (IHL) as […]

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