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IHRC Newsletter 2008

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Read the review of IHRC's work from 2007 - 2008.

 

This year's issue looks at the plight of Roma in Bulgaria, after IHRC's field trip to investigate the condistions they live in.  Read about the release of Mohammed Hussein, a British citizen imprisoned in Iraq and all but abandoned by the British government.

This year saw the tenth anniversay of IHRC and a photo review of the past decade is featured, with a look at successful campaigns like Free Al-Zakzaky! and the Malatya 75, as well as the pioneering work of iHRC with Neturei Karta and other anti-racism activists at the World Conference Against Racism (WCAR) in Durban in 2001. 

Read about IHRC campaigns in Saudi Arabia, Libya, Iraq, Malaysia, Trinidad & Tobago, UK, Bosnia, Nigeria and Bahrain.  Also find out more about our pioneering work on Darfur and on the Uighurs in China.

There's lost more inside.  To get a hard copy of this year's annual newsletter please email info@ihrc.org.

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