May 17, 2022

Apparent War Crimes in Kyiv, Chernihiv Regions during Russian Occupation

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    (Kyiv, May 18, 2022) – Russian forces controlling much of the Kyiv and Chernihiv regions in northeastern 

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    People who need insulin shouldn’t have to break the bank just to survive. In the US, that's often the case. In this Twitter Space discussion, we examine ending the US’ insulin affordability crisis with HRW researcher Matt McConnell and guests Emily Miller, Sarah Kaminer Bourland, and Shaina Kasper.

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    The movement for reproductive justice is closely linked to the battle for affordable childcare in the United States. In this Twitter Space, we look at how the two are connected, the crisis of affordable childcare in the US, and two films — The Janes and Clarissa's Battle — that highlight these issues.

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    Ahead of an informal United Nations meeting on accountability for serious crimes in Ukraine, HRW staffers discuss justice efforts for Ukraine.

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    In a new report, HRW and Amnesty International have documented abuses amounting to crimes against humanity and war crimes in Ethiopia’s Western Tigray Zone. We discuss key findings of this report with HRW’s Laetitia Bader and Amnesty’s Fisseha Tekle and Jean-Baptiste Gallopin.

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    POLITICO published a leaked draft US Supreme Court opinion on the Mississippi case that would overturn Roe v. Wade. Last September, in advance the court’s hearing in a case challenging the constitutionality of a Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks, we joined dozens of other groups in submitting amicus briefs

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    Under Elon Musk’s leadership, Twitter should invest in efforts to keep its most vulnerable users safe on the platform. In this Space, we discuss what Musk gets wrong about free speech, and the responsibilities social media platforms have to moderate content.

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    Human Rights Watch researchers who worked in Bucha from April 4 to 11, days after Russian forces withdrew from the area, found extensive evidence of summary executions, other unlawful killings, enforced disappearances, and torture, all of which would constitute war crimes, and potential crimes against humanity.

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    (New York, April 18, 2022) —The United States federal government’s cuts to public housing funding have jeopardized the living conditions of up to two million low-income people throughout the country, Human Rights Watch said today.

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