Human Rights

When will the prosecutors who ignore the law be disciplined?

When will illegitimate prosecutors be fired?

How can a nation claim to follow the rule of law when public prosecutors commonly manipulate evidence and violate the principle of private investigation? What has the judicial reform over the past 10 years achieved?
Nothing can be done to an illegitimate prosecutor who exceeds legal authority after a 10 year recourse period?

“Time to go up a gear,” say UN human rights chief at end of Japan visit

TOKYO (14 May 2010) – The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said Friday she had held encouraging discussions with the Japanese government on a range of domestic and international human rights issues, including discrimination, treatment of migrants, methods to combat trafficking, the death penalty and maximizing Japan’s potential as an influential actor on the international stage.

Academy’s Contemporary Docs Series Examines Fiscal Responsibility and Farmworkers’ Rights

“Viva la Causa” and “I.O.U.S.A.” will screen as the next installment in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 28th annual “Contemporary Documentaries” series on Wednesday, May 19, at 7 p.m. at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood. Admission to all screenings in the series is free.

New UN report urges greater global efforts to end child labour

8 May 2010 – The United Nations labour agency warned in a new study that efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour are waning and called for a “re-energized” global campaign to end the scourge.

UN Reviews Venezuela’s Poor Human Rights Record

Recommendations Should Focus on Judicial Independence, Free Elections, End to Repression

Delegates sit at the opening of the 41th session of the Human Rights Council, at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, June 24, 2019.

Urgent action needed to protect Vietnamese workers trafficked to Serbia

A view on Belgrade, Serbia.

A Courageous Battle for Human Rights Out of Love for Taiwan

Protesters hold a long banner reading "Rescue Human Rights" to demand that the Taiwanese government rectify the Tai Ji Men case and protect human rights on the 25th anniversary of the onset of the Tai Ji Men case, in Taipei, Taiwan, Dec. 19, 2021. (AP Images)

U.S. National Religious Freedom Day and the Tai Ji Men Case

Protect Human Rights and Religious Freedom with Conscience

The Action Alliance to Redress 1219, the Center for Studies on New Religions, and Human Rights Without Frontiers co-organized a webinar titled “U.S. National Religious Freedom Day and the Tai Ji Men Case” on Jan. 16, 2022.

Sudan urged to stop unnecessary use of force against protestors

Protests in Sudan took place in Khartoum and other parts of the country.

Human Rights Protection and Anti-Corruption

MNN TV station in New York broadcast a program featuring an international forum "Human Rights and Anti-Corruption: The Tai Ji Men Case,” in honor of Human Rights Day and Anti-Corruption Day.

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Prof. Massimo Introvigne, a world-renowned scholar of new religions as well as the founder and managing director of the Italian Center for Studies on New Religions, flew from Italy to Washington, D.C. to voice his support for Tai Ji Men.