Human Rights Library

  • Human Rights in Southeast Asia Vol. 2 [SHAPE - SEA]

    Fact Sheet/ Booklet/ Other Documents | Thailand | 2016 | Author: SEAHRN

    This textbook is aimed for undergraduate students who are studying a general education level course on human rights, or students who do human rights as a part of their degree in courses such as sociology, law, politics, ASEAN studies or development studies. The textbook does not require specialist knowledge of any discipline. It gives the fundamental theories, concepts, and main arguments around human rights, and addresses the relevance of human rights to Southeast Asia.

  • Human Rights in Southeast Asia Vol. 1 [SHAPE - SEA]

    Fact Sheet/ Booklet/ Other Documents | Thailand | 2016 | Author: SEAHRN

    This textbook is aimed for undergraduate students who are studying a general education level course on human rights, or students who do human rights as a part of their degree in courses such as sociology, law, politics, ASEAN studies or development studies. The textbook does not require specialist knowledge of any discipline. It gives the fundamental theories, concepts, and main arguments around human rights, and addresses the relevance of human rights to Southeast Asia.

  • Breaking the Silence and Unlocking Barriers for Human Rights in ASEAN: A report on the Performance of the ASEAN Human Rights Mechanisms in 2015

    Report | Thailand | 2016 | Author: FORUM - ASIA & SAPA TF-AHR

    The following report is the sixth annual review of the performance of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) human rights mechanisms produced by the Asian Forum for Human Rights and Development (FORUM-ASIA) and the Solidarity for ASEAN People’s Advocacies – Task Force on ASEAN and Human Rights (SAPA TFAHR).

News Updates

28.11.2016
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In observance of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-based Violence, UN Women Indonesia held a range of activities, including lighting up in orange the Monas Tower in Jakarta, radio talk shows, university events and a film screening to raise awareness of and encourage action to stop violence against women and girls.

28.11.2016
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Nearly 100 Karen refugees from the Nu Po camp in Tak are expected to return to Myanmar next year, forming the second batch under the two governments’ repatriation scheme.

28.11.2016
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It is about the Philippines taking its turn in hosting the meetings of ASEAN in very challenging times when allies have to understand its community-building efforts under new normals.

28.11.2016
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Hundreds of Indonesians, angered over the persecution of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, protested Thursday outside the Myanmar Embassy in the Indonesian capital.

28.11.2016
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ANNI), together with its member, Progressive Voice, is deeply concerned over the human rights situation in Rakhine State of Burma/Myanmar.

28.11.2016
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Malaysia condemns the escalation of violence in the northern Rakhine State over the past months resulting in the loss of innocent lives and displacement of people.

28.11.2016
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Malaysia will summon Myanmar’s ambassador over the crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in northwestern Arakan State, it said on Friday, as protesters across Southeast Asia demonstrated against the rising violence.

28.11.2016
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People from LGBTI communities around the world are experiencing a proliferation in hate speech, including “rampant” social media attacks, as well as violence and discrimination