At the end of this posting, which is mostly about universal health coverage, please see the update on actions that, if you are in the United States, you can take to create some measure of accountability for those responsible for the genocide of the Rohingya people in Burma and to end U.S. involvement in the […]
Posted in Global Health, Health and Human Rights, Healthcare, Human Rights, WHO ; Tagged: Burma, military, political declaration, Rohingya, Saudi Arabia, UN High-Level Meeting on UHC, universal health coverage, World Health Organization, Yemen.
Several weeks, ago I wrote about the mass detention and likely crimes against humanity that the Chinese government is committing in Xinjiang against the Uighurs and other Turkic Muslim minorities. As I suggested, you could push the U.S. government to end its silence by encouraging your members of Congress to co-sponsor the Uyghur Human Rights […]
Posted in Global Health, Human Rights, uncategorized ; Tagged: Burma, crimes against humanity, genocide, genocide gems, hybrid court, Myanmar, Rohingya, sanctions, Saudi Arabia, South Sudan, UAE, war crimes, Yemen.
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