Crimes against humanity

Almost a year since the government acknowledged what “looks like ethnic cleansing”, here's what needs to happen
While we know that technology can bring us much needed social and scientific advancements, we must always keep in mind the dangers that, if left unchecked, it can reap upon our humanity
Today, DFID is launching support for small organisations around the world promoting Jo's values
A shocking new report by Amnesty International into ongoing human rights violations in Kachin State and northern Shan State
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, head of the Burmese military, is the most powerful person in Burma. It is his soldiers and
Denial was an inspiration and a challenge to me on many levels. It is a reminder that when we step up and fight injustice, instead of taking the more comfortable option of 'settling', then as long as we are willing to work hard, conduct painstaking research, develop careful strategy and build a strong team, we can indeed win.
We can and we should provide both if the decades-long international system of protection of civilians and regulation of warfare is to have any meaning. It is urgent to ensure the safe passage of civilians in Eastern Aleppo according to International Law; and it is imperative to investigate the responsibility for the crimes that have already been committed.
Two years ago today, the United Nations published the most authoritative and comprehensive analysis of the world's most closed
To Bangladesh experience will be remembered as a wasted opportunity to end impunity and hold those who committed the gravest of international crimes accountable. It should serve as a reminder of the damage that can be done where the pursuit of justice is used to settle political scores.
Now, it is more necessary that ever for a courageous member of the international community to stand up, defend its convictions, overcome the fear and loudly cry "but he is wearing clothes made of atrocities", as that innocent little child did on the tale.