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· May, 2007

Stories about Human Rights from May, 2007

23 May 2007

Bosnia & Herzegovina: Mostar

Belarus: Priest Fined for Blogging

Belarus: The Opposition's Failure

Bosnia, Belarus: UN Human Rights Council

Estonia: Demography and Ethnicity

Hungary: Police Rape Scandal

Latvia: Karlis Ulmanis

Latvia: Interview with Aleksejs Tapins

Serbia: Homophobia

Fijian Freedom bloggers and the military junta

It seems that the persecution faced by the anti-military Fijian Freedom Bloggers – who are using blogs to protest against the coup of December 5th, 2006- has subsided following a...

Sudan: Blogging From the Conflict Zone

Increasingly, aid workers, volunteers and even peacekeepers use blogs to share their unique experiences and insights from conflict zones. Take the Darfur conflict in Sudan, for example. Sleepless in Sudan...

Poland: Equality Parade and “Phobo-Phobia”

Anguilla: Homosexuality and Constitutional Reform