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Right to Education- Case of Shia Children

In advocacy effort for Shia children and their rights to education, the following statement is submitted by SRW to the 35th Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva Greetings esteemed colleagues and member states, Right to education and raising children who are tomorrow’s peace builder are one of the priorities Shia …

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Importance of Nationality in Today’s World

On November 3rd Shia Rights Watch attended the UNHCR High-Level event on the importance of nationality in today’s world. In addition to the UNHCR, this event was jointly hosted by the Permanent Missions of Brazil, Italy, Germany, Thailand, Cote d’Ivore, and the United States. Attendees included numerous delegates and NGOs …

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Children in Bahrain: From Playground to Prison

Shia Rights Watch paper in #HRC29 Side Event; “Children in Bahrain From Playground to Prison” 06/19/2015 Childhood moments are meant to produce memories of carefree enjoyment. At the same time childhood experience cultivates the foundations of our education of society, and builds our understanding of the socio-structures of how to …

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Children in Bahrain: From Playground to Prison

A side event co-hosted by Shia Rights Watch, Sentinel Human Rights Defenders and Freemuslim Association Friday 19 June 2015 at 17.00-18.30 Room XXII, Palais des Nations United Nations Headquarters in Geneva Since early 2011, the Bahraini government has engaged in an unprecedented campaign to criminalize freedom of speech and expression, …

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