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World watch report 2012
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This 22nd annual World Report summarizes human rights conditions in more than 90 countries and territories worldwide in It reflects extensive investigative work that Human Rights Watch staff has undertaken during the year, often in close partnership with domestic human. Egyptians took to the streets starting on January 25 to protest peacefully against President Hosni Mubarak’s year rule, calling for social justice, democracy, and an end to police brutality. Overall, there was no improvement in human rights protections in Egypt. Syria, a repressive police state ruled under an emergency law since , did not prove immune in to the pro-democracy Arab Spring movements.
India, the world's most populous democracy, continues to have a vibrant media, an active civil society, a respected judiciary, and significant human rights. Guatemala's weak and corrupt law enforcement institutions have proved incapable of containing the powerful organized crime groups and criminal gangs that. As the Justice and Development Party (AKP) government focused on promoting Turkey's regional interests in response to the pro-democracy Arab Spring.
Over the past 13 years Indonesia has made great strides in becoming a stable, democratic country with a strong civil society and independent media. However. 22 Jan Burma's human rights situation remained dire in despite some significant moves by the government which formed in late March following. State of the World Moving Toward Sustainable Prosperity Buy State of the World as an e-book | PDF (protected) Worldwatch Report # ences of luxury watch consumers around the world. Based on a methodology utilising Digital Luxury Group's proprietary technol- ogy, the report identifies and. Human Rights Watch (HRW) is an international non-governmental organization that conducts Human Rights Watch publishes research reports on violations of the world who demonstrate leadership and courage in defending human rights. . Roth and the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, 2 February