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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14837 President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts

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President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
http://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2012/01/27/president-obama-announces-more-key-administration-posts

The White House, Office of the Press Secretary, For Immediate Release
January 27, 2012

WASHINGTON – Today, President Barack Obama announced his intent to
nominate the following individuals to key Administration posts:

Michael P. Botticelli – Deputy Director, Office of National Drug
Control Policy
Christy Romero – Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset
Relief Program
The President also announced his intent to appoint the following
individual to a key Administration post:

Alex Mehran – Member, Board of Directors of the Presidio Trust
President Obama said, "These dedicated and accomplished individuals
will be valued additions to my administrations as we tackle the
important challenges facing America. I look forward to working with
them in the months and years ahead."

President Obama announced his intent to nominate the following
individuals to key Administration posts:

Michael P. Botticelli, Nominee for Deputy Director, Office of National
Drug Control Policy
Michael P. Botticelli is currently the Director of the Bureau of
Substance Abuse Services in the Massachusetts Department of Health
(MDPH). Since joining MDPH in 1994, Mr. Botticelli has served as
Chief of Staff of the MDPH Commissioner's Office (2000-2003),
Assistant Director for Policy and Planning within the HIV/AIDS Bureau
(1996-2000), Contract Manager in the HIV/AIDS Bureau (1995-1996), and
Alcoholism Program Coordinator within the Bureau of Substance Abuse
Services (1994-1995). He received a B.A. from Siena College and an
M.Ed. from St. Lawrence University.

Christy Romero, Nominee for Special Inspector General for the Troubled
Asset Relief Program
Christy Romero is the Deputy Special Inspector General for the
Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP), a position she has held since
February 2011. Between 2009 and 2011, Ms. Romero served as the Chief
of Staff of SIGTARP. From July 2010 through September 2010, she
served as the Acting Deputy SIGTARP and from March 2011 through Oct
2011 she served as Acting SIGTARP. Ms. Romero came to SIGTARP from
the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) where, from December
2007 through August 2009, she served as counsel to SEC Chairman Mary
Schapiro and Chairman Christopher Cox. From 2003 through 2007, as an
attorney in the Division of Enforcement, she investigated financial
fraud, insider trading, and other violations of the securities laws.
Prior to joining the SEC, Ms. Romero was a litigator specializing in
financial restructuring at the law firms of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer &
Feld; Snell & Wilmer; and Jenner & Block. She also clerked for the
Honorable Robert C. Jones, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the
District of Nevada and Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel. Ms.
Romero earned a B.S. in Business from Old Dominion University and a
J.D. from Brigham Young University Law School.

President Obama also announced his intent to appoint the following
individual to a key Administration post:

Alex Mehran, Appointee for Member, Board of Directors of the Presidio
Trust
Alex Mehran is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Sunset
Development Company, a real estate development, investment,
construction and management company based in San Ramon, CA. Mr.
Mehran also serves as Chairman of the Contra Costa Economic
Partnership, a Trustee of the San Francisco Ballet, and as a Member of
the University of California, San Francisco Chancellor's Associates.
In addition, he is a past Chairman and current Executive Committee
Member of the Bay Area Council. Mr. Mehran earned a B.A. from Harvard
College with honors and received an LL.B. from Cambridge University,
England, also with honors.

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Re: Medarticles MedArticles, Need one article. Very urgent

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I am in need of following article with its supplementary data

http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/14756366.2011.578743?journalCode=enz
 
 
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On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 8:49 AM, rbr <balakrishnaraja@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,

Herewith i'm sending the journal links... All articles from springerlink... Kindly get me the full length paper... 

  1. http://www.springerlink.com/content/q59126251173q108/
  2. http://www.springerlink.com/content/y618vt84028k71gl/
  3. http://www.springerlink.com/content/f7755567n04t7706/
  4. http://www.springerlink.com/content/b5pnqun5xk085416/
  5. https://springerlink3.metapress.com/content/pvm5tu2rp340tx8r/resource-secured/?target=fulltext.pdf&sid=tay2og4pxhtrvktoetivzsv3&sh=www.springerlink.com
  6. http://www.springerlink.com/content/p67x7m0852w51807/
  7. http://www.springerlink.com/content/86u0815555476148/fulltext.pdf

 


On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 9:32 PM, anandkumarreddy <anandkumarreddy@gmail.com> wrote:
Balakrishna avl

Links you posted are search results from pubmed. You have to go to journal site, browse volume, issue, page No. from there you have to post link.

If you do not do your home work, it is difficult for others to help you

anand
http://www.indiasarkarinaukri.com/



On 27 January 2012 10:19, rbr <balakrishnaraja@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,

I'm sending the link below..... I request you to send the following 11 papers which is essential for my research work... 




On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:32 AM, anandkumarreddy <anandkumarreddy@gmail.com> wrote:
Pl. post direct abstract / full text link of your articles

anand
http://www.indiasarkarinaukri.com/



On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:36 AM, rbr <balakrishnaraja@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,

I request you to send the following scientific articles to carry out my research work... If you have access to those full length paper (8 papers required) kindly send me........

  • Ho, N. W. Y., F. P. Lin, S. Huang, P. C. Andrews, and G. T. Tsao.1990. Purification, characterization, and amino terminal sequence of xylose reductase from Candida shehatae Candida shehatae. Enzyme Microbiol. Technol. 12:33-39

  • Jeppson, H., K. Holmgren, and B. Hahn-Hagerdal.1999. Oxygen-dependant xylitol metabolism inPichia stipitisPichia stipitis. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 53:92-97.

  • Lee H 'The structure and function of yeast xylose (aldose) reductases'. 1998 Yeast. Aug;14(11):977-84.

  • Oh, D. K., and S. Y. Kim. 1997. Xylitol production from xylose by Candida tropicalisCandida tropicalis DS-72. Korean J. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 25:311-316.

  • Oh, D. K., and S. Y. Kim.1998. Increase of xylitol yield by feeding xylose and glucose in Candida tropicalisCandida tropicalis. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 50:419-425. [PubMed]

  • Oh, D. K., S. Y. Kim, and J. H. Kim. 1998. Increase of xylitol production rate by controlling redox potential in Candida parapsilosisCandida parapsilosis. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 58:440-444. 

  • Oura, E. 1977. Reaction products of yeast fermentations. Process Biochem. 12:19-21.

  • Rizzi, M., P. Erlemann, N. A. Bui-Thanh, and H. Dellweg.1988. Xylose fermentation by yeasts. 4. Purification and kinetic studies of xylose reductase from Pichia stipitisPichia stipitis. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 29:148-154.

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Effects of Spray-Drying Conditions on the Physicochemical Properties of Blackberry Powder

Optimization conditions for anthocyanin and phenolic content extraction form purple sweet potato using response surface methodology


International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, Volume 62, Number 1, February 2011 , pp. 91-96(6)


Evaluation of the use of Syzygium cumini fruit extract as an antioxidant additive in orange juice and its sensorial impact


Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/09637486.2011.621412?journalCode=ijf


Drying Kinetics and Antioxidant Phytochemicals Retention of Salak Fruit under Different Drying and Pretreatment Conditions

Effect of blanching and drying temperatures on the physicochemical characteristics, dietary fiber composition and antioxidant-related parameters of dried persimmons peel powde


Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/09637481003757852

Change in Colour and Antioxidant Content of Tomato Cultivars Following Forced-Air Drying


Effects of Air and Freeze Drying on Phytochemical Content of Conventional and Organic Berrie




Comparison of Antioxidant Activity, Anthocyanins, Carotenoids, and Phenolics of Three Native Fresh and Sun-Dried Date (Phoenix dactylifera L.) Varieties Grown in Oman







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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14836 Refugee-news: reports from around the world‏‏

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Multiple Crises in South Sudan

UNHCR / A.Zevenberges / A displaced South Sudanese refugee longs to go home

South Sudan is currently facing a multiplicity of crises that have forced hundreds of thousand's of people from their homes:

Clashes along the newly created border regions have forced tens of thousands of people to flee south into South Sudan and across into Ethiopia where UNHCR has set up refugee camps.
Fierce inter-communal violence in South Sudan's own state of Jonglei has led to further displacement.
Attacks by the Lord's Resistance Army, Ugandan rebels, are also threatening security within South Sudan.

This insecurity and fighting is compounded by the large numbers of southerners returning from Sudan to build new lives in the South.

UNHCR is helping provide essential assistance and protection to those fleeing bombings and for those returning to South Sudan.


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In this issue:

2011 in review:
Thank you from UNHCR


A special thank you from UNHCR for all your support in 2011







A look back over 2011 at the work of UNHCR thanks to the help of supporters like you

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Escaping bombs in Sudan: Joshua's story

After his village was destroyed by bombs, Joshua Luka, like so many others, fled with his family to find safety in South Sudan. Joshua eventually found shelter in UNHCR's Doro camp. Sadly, his wife and daughter were fatally injured on the journey. He now faces life alone with his 4 other children to look after. 

  UNHCR / Joshua Luka talks about abandoning home and his treacherous journey to South Sudan

Fresh Violence in the Congo

We are concerned about fresh violence in eastern regions of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) that has forced more than 100,000 civilians to flee their homes since November. Despite limited humanitarian access to the area, UNHCR staff have managed to gain access to some of the affected areas.

 
  UNHCR / S.Schulman / A woman forced to flee her home village rests outside a shelter in North Kivu province

UNIQLO: Clothes for Refugees

Ever wondered what to do with your old clothes? UNIQLO has found an answer. UNHCR has benefited from its partnership with Japan's leading fashion chain who, over the past few years, have been distributing peoples unwanted UNIQLO garments to millions of refugees in need.

  Fast Retailing / Yukihiro Nitta, Group Senior Vice President, Fast Retailing
 
 
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14835 Call for signatories: Stop criminalizing people living with HIV // Appel de signataires : Arrêtons la criminalisation des personnes vivant avec le VIH

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Subject: Call for signatories: Stop criminalizing people living with HIV // Appel de signataires : Arrêtons la criminalisation des personnes vivant avec le VIH

This message has been sent to you through the mailing list AIDSPOLICYLAW.
_________________________________________________________________________

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**Please circulate widely**
(Voir plus bas pour la version française.)

*Call for signatories:
Stop criminalizing people living with HIV*

On February 8, 2012, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear two landmark
cases on the issue of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure in R v. Mabior
and R v. DC. The Court's decisions in these two appeal cases will have
profound implications not only for people living with HIV, but also for
Canadian public health, police practice and the criminal justice system.

We invite Canadian and international organizations and professionals
working on issues related to HIV/AIDS and in the fields of public health
and law to endorse the following statement establishing that people living
with HIV are not criminals in cases where the threshold of significant risk
is not met, and calling for the criminal law to be based on the best
available scientific evidence, not on assumptions, prejudice or fear.
Please send your signature as you would like it to appear - including your
name, organization, title and geographic location - on the signatory list
by Wednesday, Feb 1st at 5:00 p.m. EST to info@aidslaw.ca.  If your
organization will sign on in full, please indicate that as well and include
the French translation of your organization's name if available.

If you are an individual without an organizational affiliation or
professional designation and you would like to also endorse this statement
please do so to the email address above.

There has been a marked increase in the frequency and severity of criminal
charges for HIV non-disclosure throughout the world.  In Canada alone, more
than 130 people living with HIV have been charged in less than 15 years.
This includes numerous cases in which their activity posed no significant
risk of HIV transmission. Simply put, this is a miscarriage of justice.

For more information on criminalization of HIV non-disclosure, please visit
http://www.aidslaw.ca/stopcriminalization.

------------------------
*Statement:

IN ADVANCE OF LANDMARK SUPREME COURT CASE, SUPPORTERS WORLDWIDE CALL ON
CANADA TO STOP CRIMINALIZING PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV*

Monday, February 6, 2012 - Canadian criminal law requires people living
with HIV to disclose their status before engaging in behaviour that
involves a "significant risk" of transmitting the virus. Yet people have
been charged, and convicted for not disclosing their status, even though
their activity did not pose a significant risk of HIV transmission. This is
a miscarriage of justice. Further, it has contributed to a climate marked
by anxiety, fear, stigma and misinformation that undermines HIV
counselling, education and prevention efforts. This puts all Canadians at
greater risk.

On February 8, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear two landmark cases on
this important issue. We, the undersigned, respectfully ask that the Court
use this opportunity to explicitly reconfirm that people living with HIV
are not criminals in cases where the threshold of significant risk is not
met - including cases where condoms are used or the HIV positive person was
being successfully treated with antiretroviral drugs. We ask that the Court
instruct lower courts that significant risk must be determined on the basis
of the best available scientific evidence, not on assumptions, prejudice or
fear.

Finally, we call on the provincial and territorial Attorneys General to
follow suit and adopt guidelines to limit prosecutions in cases of HIV
non-disclosure. These prosecutions are not helpful in putting an end to
this epidemic, and the radical over-extension of the criminal law is
counter-productive and damaging.

*************

**Veuillez diffuser largement**

*Appel de signataires :
Arrêtons la criminalisation des personnes vivant avec le VIH*

Le 8 février 2012, la Cour suprême du Canada entendra deux affaires qui
feront date, concernant l'enjeu de la criminalisation de la non-divulgation
de la séropositivité au VIH (les affaires R. c. Mabior et R. c. D.C.). Les
décisions de la Cour dans ces deux appels auront de profondes implications,
non seulement pour les personnes vivant avec le VIH, mais aussi pour la
santé publique, les pratiques policières et le système de justice pénale,
au Canada.

Nous invitons les organismes et les professionnels du Canada et du monde
entier, qui travaillent sur les questions touchant le VIH/sida ou dans les
domaines de la santé publique et du droit, à se faire signataires de la
déclaration qui suit, où il est affirmé que les personnes vivant avec le
VIH ne sont pas des criminels dans les cas où le critère d'un risque
important n'est pas rencontré, et revendiquant que le droit pénal soit
fondé sur les meilleures preuves scientifiques qui existent, et non sur des
présomptions, des préjugés ou des craintes. Prière de transmettre
l'information pour votre signature (incluant votre nom, celui de votre
organisme, votre titre/fonction et votre situation géographique), telle que
vous souhaitez qu'elle soit publiée dans la liste des signataires, d'ici le
1er février à 17 h (HNE), à info@aidslaw.ca. Si votre organisme souhaite
être signataire comme entité à part entière, veuillez nous l'indiquer
également.

Si vous êtes un individu et n'avez ni affiliation organisationnelle ni
titre professionnel, mais souhaitez appuyer cette déclaration, veuillez
nous le faire savoir à l'adresse de courriel ci-dessus.

La fréquence et la gravité des accusations criminelles déposées pour la
non-divulgation de la séropositivité au VIH ont connu une augmentation
marquée, dans le monde. Seulement au Canada, plus de 130 personnes vivant
avec le VIH ont été accusées, en moins de 15 ans. Cela inclut de nombreuses
affaires où l'activité en cause ne posait pas de risque important de
transmission du VIH. Ce sont là des dénis de justice.

*Pour plus d'informations sur la criminalisation, visitez
http://www.aidslaw.ca/stoplacriminalisation.
*
--------------------------
*La déclaration*

*À L'APPROCHE D'UNE AFFAIRE PHARE EN COUR SUPRÊME, DES SYMPATHISANTS DU
MONDE ENTIER EXHORTENT LE CANADA À CESSER DE CRIMINALISER LES PERSONNES
VIVANT AVEC LE VIH*

Lundi 6 février 2012 - Le droit criminel canadien exige que les personnes
vivant avec le VIH dévoilent leur séropositivité avant un comportement qui
implique un « risque important » de transmettre le virus. Toutefois, des
personnes ont été accusées et déclarées coupables pour n'avoir pas dévoilé
leur séropositivité, alors que l'activité en cause ne posait pas de risque
important de transmission du VIH. Ce sont là des dénis de justice. De plus,
cela alimente une situation marquée par l'anxiété, la peur, la
stigmatisation et une désinformation, nuisant ainsi au counselling, à
l'éducation et aux efforts de prévention. Cela augmente les risques pour
tous les Canadiens.

Le 8 février, la Cour suprême du Canada entendra deux affaires phares sur
cet enjeu important. Nous soussignés demandons respectueusement que la Cour
saisisse cette occasion pour reconfirmer expressément que les personnes
vivant avec le VIH ne sont pas des criminels dans les cas où le critère
d'un risque important n'est pas rencontré - notamment dans les cas où un
condom est utilisé ou lorsque la personne séropositive suit un traitement
efficace de médicaments antirétroviraux. Nous demandons à la Cour de donner
aux tribunaux d'instance inférieure la directive que la détermination d'un
risque important doit être faite d'après les meilleures preuves
scientifiques disponibles, et non sur la base de présomptions, de préjugés
ou de craintes.

En outre, nous exhortons les procureurs généraux des provinces et
territoires canadiens à adopter une telle orientation par l'adoption de
lignes directrices limitant les poursuites dans des affaires de
non-divulgation de la séropositivité au VIH. Ces poursuites ne contribuent
pas à mettre un terme à l'épidémie du VIH; de plus, l'expansion excessive
et radicale du recours au droit criminel est contre-productive et néfaste.


______________________________
Lindsey Amèrica-Simms
Communications and Outreach Strategist | Conseillère en communication et
relations communautaires
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network | Le Réseau juridique canadien VIH/sida
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Re: Medarticles Need scientific papers...

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Dear friends,

Herewith i'm sending the journal links... All articles from springerlink... Kindly get me the full length paper... 

  1. http://www.springerlink.com/content/q59126251173q108/
  2. http://www.springerlink.com/content/y618vt84028k71gl/
  3. http://www.springerlink.com/content/f7755567n04t7706/
  4. http://www.springerlink.com/content/b5pnqun5xk085416/
  5. https://springerlink3.metapress.com/content/pvm5tu2rp340tx8r/resource-secured/?target=fulltext.pdf&sid=tay2og4pxhtrvktoetivzsv3&sh=www.springerlink.com
  6. http://www.springerlink.com/content/p67x7m0852w51807/
  7. http://www.springerlink.com/content/86u0815555476148/fulltext.pdf

 


On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 9:32 PM, anandkumarreddy <anandkumarreddy@gmail.com> wrote:
Balakrishna avl

Links you posted are search results from pubmed. You have to go to journal site, browse volume, issue, page No. from there you have to post link.

If you do not do your home work, it is difficult for others to help you

anand
http://www.indiasarkarinaukri.com/



On 27 January 2012 10:19, rbr <balakrishnaraja@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,

I'm sending the link below..... I request you to send the following 11 papers which is essential for my research work... 




On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:32 AM, anandkumarreddy <anandkumarreddy@gmail.com> wrote:
Pl. post direct abstract / full text link of your articles

anand
http://www.indiasarkarinaukri.com/



On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 10:36 AM, rbr <balakrishnaraja@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear friends,

I request you to send the following scientific articles to carry out my research work... If you have access to those full length paper (8 papers required) kindly send me........

  • Ho, N. W. Y., F. P. Lin, S. Huang, P. C. Andrews, and G. T. Tsao.1990. Purification, characterization, and amino terminal sequence of xylose reductase from Candida shehatae Candida shehatae. Enzyme Microbiol. Technol. 12:33-39

  • Jeppson, H., K. Holmgren, and B. Hahn-Hagerdal.1999. Oxygen-dependant xylitol metabolism inPichia stipitisPichia stipitis. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 53:92-97.

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14834 UN launches unique online database for businesses

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United Nations: The UN has launched a new online database to showcase
successful strategies that businesses and communities are using to
adapt to climate change while simultaneously increasing their profits
and using their resources more efficiently, officials said.

The database, which can be accessed through the UN Framework
Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) website, features more than 100
examples from companies such as Coca-Cola, Levi's, Microsoft and
Starbucks, which share the details of their business-friendly
adaptation practices, Xinhua quoted officials as saying.

"By showcasing private sector adaptation success stories, we intend to
help both communities and businesses become more climate-resilient and
to put the benefits and business sense of adaptation firmly on the
agenda of the private sector," said UNFCCC Executive Secretary
Christiana Figueres at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

"Climate risks which affect communities around the world are always
also business risks," she added.

Examples of best practices in the database include efforts to make
drinking water clean and safe in developing countries and efforts to
improve the yield of coffee beans in regions that are particularly
vulnerable to climate change, said the officials.

The database also covers activities such as the development of climate-
friendly goods and services and climate proofing the supply chains of
companies.

"The initiatives detailed in the database both show how the private
sector can secure early advantages by adapting without waiting for
absolute policy certainty at the international level, and how
governments and the private sector can work together to respond to
climate change now," she said.

"Public-private partnerships and cooperation with a wide range of
stakeholders is becoming increasingly important to ensure successful
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14832 Introducing the 2012 World Report

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The World Report 2012
What You Need to Know About the Global State of Human Rights
Human Rights Watch launched the 22nd annual edition of its World Report in Cairo on Sunday. The introductory essay (below), by Executive Director Kenneth Roth, addresses the international response to the momentous "Arab Spring." 
The 676-page book highlights human rights conditions in more than 90 countries around the globe and underscores the most important trends. The World Report 2012 reflects our researchers' extensive field investigations, undertaken during the past year, often in close partnership with local human rights activists.
It includes information on Mexico's military abuses, Somalia's warring factions, Pakistan's dire human rights situation, and the United States' flawed counter-terrorism policies.
You can download the World Report 2012 for free online (PDF, 4MB), or purchase a soft-cover copy for $30.
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Abandon the Autocrats and Embrace Rights
The International Response to the Arab Spring
The sad truth is that the dominant Western policy toward the Arab people traditionally has been one of containment. Today many applaud as the people of the region take to the streets to claim their rights, but until recently Western governments frequently acted as if the Arab people were to be feared, hemmed in, controlled.
In other regions, democracy spread, but in the Middle East and North Africa, the West seemed content to back an array of Arab autocrats, so long as they in turn supported Western interests. Elsewhere, governments were expected, at least in principle, to serve their people, but the West looked to the monarchs and strongmen of the Arab world to guarantee "stability," to keep the lid on popular demands. The world's promotion of human rights had an Arab exception.
The Arab Spring showed that many people in the region do not share the West's comfortable complacency with autocratic rule.
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Singapore: Stop Hiding Behind Old Excuses
Singapore's claims of exemption from human rights standards are just lame excuses for abuses. The people of Singapore deserve the same rights as everyone else, not more clever stories justifying government oppression.
Europe's Own Human Rights Crisis
by Benjamin Ward

To many friends of human rights in Europe, the Arab Spring has been the most thrilling period since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Judging from their soaring rhetoric about yearning for freedom among Arab peoples, European Union leaders share that enthusiasm. Today there is an opportunity, the optimists proclaim, to have an arc of human rights-respecting countries around much of the Mediterranean rim. The reality of human rights policy in Europe itself and toward its Mediterranean perimeter has been far less edifying.
China: A Year of Illegal, Politically-Motivated Disappearances
The Chinese government's use of illegal enforced disappearances to silence dissenters was just one of several ominous setbacks to human rights protections in 2011, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2012, released today.
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After the Fall
by Rachel Denber
Twenty years ago, in July 1991, I was poised to start a job researching human rights violations in the Soviet Union. A month later, the failed coup to unseat Communist Party leader Mikhail Gorbachev precipitated rapid political changes that would ultimately lead to the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Watching these events, my family told me I would no longer have a job when the position was to start in September.
From Paternalism to Dignity
by Shantha Rau Barriga

That is particularly true for people with disabilities, who are often stripped of the most fundamental of human rights—the right to make choices about their own lives—under the guise of "protecting" them from the challenges of decision-making and living independently.
Before the Arab Spring, the Unseen Thaw
by Eric Goldstein

Like everyone else, we didn't see it coming. Even though we human rights workers spent much time scrutinizing the Middle East and North Africa from the bottom up, talking to the disenfranchised, the oppressed, and the stubbornly defiant, the timing and extent of the popular revolts that shook the region in 2011 surprised us as much as they did policy-makers, scholars, diplomats, and journalists.
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