The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights will visit Ukraine / Article

Today Volker Turk will arrive in the capital of Ukraine, Kyiv, where he is scheduled to meet with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskiy. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights will then visit the country’s second largest city, Kharkiv, the liberated city of Izyum in Kharkiv Oblast, as well as the city of Uzhhorod … Read more

Human rights activists report massacres in Congo – Democratic Republic of the Congo

Kinshasa – Human rights activists report a massacre of civilians in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This was reported by Kathpress and the Catholic news agency on Saturday. The perpetrators are said to be the M23 rebel group, which, despite a recently declared ceasefire, continues to attack other armed groups and the army, Amnesty … Read more

Wave of Startup Layoffs: Operational Costs, Investor Funds, to Fulfillment of Employee Rights Page all

JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – Towards the end of 2022, the storm of layoffs (PHK) especially among technology companies has not seemed to subside. Throughout the year, there were at least 17 technology companies in Indonesia that streamlined their work teams with bandages of action Mass layoffs. Most recently, the investment platform Ajaib laid off 67 of … Read more

Election 2022: the government misused personal data, according to a rights protection organization

During the 2022 national election campaign, the Hungarian government misused personal data, thereby undermining the protection of privacy and tilting the already uneven playing field even more towards Fidesz – readable in a report published on Thursday by the international human rights watch organization Human Rights Watch. According to the 85-page report, the government recycled … Read more

Iran refuses to cooperate with UN Human Rights Council investigation

Reuters NOS News•Monday, 13:52 Iran is not cooperating with the investigation that the Human Rights Council of the United Nations will conduct into human rights violations in the protests in the country. A spokesperson for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls the investigation committee, an initiative of Germany and Iceland, politically motivated. For that … Read more

Canucks: Émilie Castonguay singled out in a human rights complaint

Émilie Castonguay, assistant general manager of the Vancouver Canucks, was singled out in a human rights complaint made public on Sunday. • Read also: The bleached Trois-Rivières Lions The complainant, Rachel Doerrie, worked in the advanced statistics department of the British Columbian team until 1is August 2022 and was later promoted to Assistant Video Coach. … Read more

World Cup in Qatar, Human Rights | WC in Qatar: What gives us the right to play moral police?

The debate post expresses the writer’s opinions. There is no doubt that Qatar has blood on its hands. But I wonder one thing: Why exactly has Qatar been singled out, and hit with so much hate? What gives us the right to play moral police? Qatar is a country with extensive job opportunities, and many … Read more

Amidst the uproar of gay rights, the Grand Mufti of Oman tweeted about Qatar’s position

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Grand Mufti of the Sultanate of Oman, Ahmed Al-Khalili, touched on Qatar’s hosting of the 2022 World Cup amid the uproar surrounding gay rights and the “LGBTQ+” community during this tournament. Al-Khalili said in a statement posted on his official page on Twitter: “We salute the sisterly State … Read more

Camilla Fabri, the fugitive model who became a Chavista “human rights defender” for being the wife of Alex Saab

Camilla Fabri. Photo: AFP The confirmation of the return to negotiations in Mexico by the Nicolás Maduro regime in a statement signed by Jorge Rodríguez, did not miss the opportunity to confirm that Camilla Fabri, an Italian former model who became an activist for the release of her husband Alex Saab, will be part of … Read more

FIFA World Cup: Qatar faces more human rights scrutiny as Sajjan returns – National

International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan is facing opposition criticism because he did not make a public statement about human rights during his visit to Qatar for the World Cup. “If we don’t raise the issue of human rights when we are in countries where we know human rights abuses are taking place, we have no … Read more