|Name||KHRP Impact Report 2005|
|Description||The Impact Report presents a unique insight into the work of the non-governmental organisation Kurdish Human Rights Project during the course of one-year, and consequently into the Kurdish regions. Founded in London in 1992, KHRP is the only human rights organisation working consistently in the Kurdish regions of Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria and the Caucasus that is completely independent of political affiliation. Founded in London in 1992, it works to enhance the rights of both Kurds and non-Kurds.
This report assesses the impact of the organisation in 2005 – including the outcomes of its litigation, advocacy, training, trial observations, fact-finding missions, research and public awareness initiatives. It details developments on a range of key human rights themes, including issues of political and judicial systems; detention, torture and ill-treatment; discrimination; environmental justice; extra-territorial human rights obligations; freedom of expression; gender equality; internal displacement and expropriation; refugees, asylum seekers and migrants; and the right to life.
The KHRP Impact Report should be viewed as the primary resource for those interested in developments in the human rights situation in the Kurdish regions in 2005.
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|Created On:||02/03/2007 22:12|
|Last updated on||02/03/2007 22:13|