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· February, 2010

Stories about Human Rights from February, 2010

19 February 2010

Iran: Cyber Islamic Militarism on the March

The internet is usually touted as a space for dialogue and peaceful exchange, but in the case of Iran, the political conflict has also morphed into new forms of online...

Haiti: Reading the Reports

Haiti: Moving On

18 February 2010

Armenia: Homophobia Hall of Shame

Bahamas, Haiti: Migration Debate

US Bloggers On The Case Of Kidnapping Haitian Orphans

As Haiti slowly treads on the path to recovery and rebuilding, there is a sense of renewed concern for the countries children - especially the orphans. US bloggers react on...

Kenya: Church abuses need to be investigated

17 February 2010

Russia: Human Rights Activists’ Blogs

Russia: Avatar & North Caucasus – Fiction vs Reality

Sri Lanka: World Bank And Web Censorship

My Name is Khan – Cultural Politics in India

A look at the Hindi blog-posts related to the Bollywood film 'My Name Is Khan' reveals an interesting fact - that the reactions to this film have more to do...

Haiti: A Month Later

15 February 2010

Iran: No Triumphs for Green Protests on Anniversary of Revolution

In protests on February 11, Iran's Green Movement were not able to mobilize as strongly as they have in the past due to the swift work of security forces.

14 February 2010

Russia: Theater Play to “Reconstruct” Lawyer Magnitsky's Death

RuNet Echo

The death of Sergei Magnitsky, a 37-year-old lawyer who spent nearly a year in jail awaiting trial, received much publicity and prompted Russian authorities to introduce some changes. The case...

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