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Egyptian human rights organizations are facing an unprecedented crackdown. The government has ordered the closure of a leading torture-rehabilitation centre and human rights defenders have faced questioning, travel bans and asset freezes
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Fighting for Justice and human rightsFighting for Justice and human rights
After the “25 January Revolution” that ousted President Hosni Mubarak in February 2011, there were high expectations that life would improve for all Egyptians, particularly for women who had played such a prominent role in the uprising
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The National Peace Accord and its Structures South Africa Civil Society and Governance Case Study No. 1 by Phiroshaw Camay and Anne J. Gordon Co-operative for Research and Education (core) Johannesburg, South Africa introductionThe National Peace Accord and its Structures South Africa Civil Society and Governance Case Study No. 1 by Phiroshaw Camay and Anne J. Gordon Co-operative for Research and Education (core) Johannesburg, South Africa introduction
Whilst violence has by no means been eradicated, some credit for the relative peace during the period 1991-94 has to be given to the National Peace Accord (npa)
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
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Political Violence, the ‘War on Terror’ and the Turkish StatePolitical Violence, the ‘War on Terror’ and the Turkish State
Turkish state unhappy with recent policies towards Turkey’s traditional triumvirate of enemies – leftists, ‘Islamists’ and separatists – have been emboldened and, since the collapse of the pkk’s unilateral ceasefire in 2004
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Animals, Prey, and Enemies: Hunting and Killing in an African Counter-InsurgencyAnimals, Prey, and Enemies: Hunting and Killing in an African Counter-Insurgency
Thus the conduct of late twentieth century counter-insurgency was markedly different from that of nineteenth century hunting even as it reclassified prey and protected species as hunters did
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Iran’s Struggle for DemocracyIran’s Struggle for Democracy
These reformers, who draw support for their arguments from the basic tenants and history of Islam, claim that if Islam is treated as the vibrant and dynamic religion it should be
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Control and command: the imposition of discipline and the fight against Mau Mau, 1953-4
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