"Human Rights" Blogs & Blog Posts

iDare! my idea!iDare! my idea!

Exploring ideas; determined & daring be the pioneer of your own life! s...

 
Beyond Human NatureBeyond Human Nature

All the things you don't want to think about (and some that you do)

 
Marketing by PermissionMarketing by Permission

Getting business advantage and great return on investment from top quality ...

 


Posting Frequency on "human rights"


Percent:  
Distinct:  


Latest Blog Posts



Despite international calls for reprieve, Iran has hanged a woman for the murder of a man human rights groups say sexually assaulted her. According to Reuters, 26-year-old Reyhaneh Jabbari was executed Saturday morning for the the 2007 killing of a M...

Members of the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights:Senator Dean Smith, Chair Western Australia, LPLaurie Ferguson MP, Deputy Chair Werriwa, New South Wales, ALPAndrew Laming MP Bowman, Queensland, LPKen Wyatt AM MP Hasluck, Western Australi...

  Snowden on winning the alternative Nobel prize media/anthropology by John Postill via The Guardian Edward Snowden issues a recorded statement after being awarded Sweden’s Right Livelihood Honorary Award, dubbed the ‘alternative Nobel Priz...

Access, Partners Recognize Heroes, Villains on Human Rights and Communications Surveillance 12:58pm | 22 September 2014 | by Access Team, Today, Access recognizes individuals and groups around the world for their work as it relates to theIn...

In this September’s issue of The Monthly David Marr discusses Values Abbott, Politics Abbott and Freedom Abbott and sets out this list of how basic rights are faring under Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott since 18 September 2014:10 October 201...

slippery slopephrase1. a course of action likely to lead to something bad or disastrous[www.oxforddictionaries.com]Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has told the world that he does not intend to go to the UN climate change conference on 23 Septem...

The Hieroglyph anthology was created by Neal Stephenson, challenging sf writers to imagine futures where ambitious technological projects improved the human condition. Read the rest...