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Justice targets are crucial to ending the high rates of Indigenous imprisonment in Australia.
In a huge victory for human rights, an activist jailed for helping organise a student protest has been released.
Important first step to address the biggest global refugee crisis since WW2.
The sentencing of a former Argentinean military leader for his role in hundreds of enforced disappearances in the context of a region-wide intelligence operation must open the door to further investigations to bring all those responsible to justice.
A court's decision this week to release a woman who spent four years in jail in El Salvador for miscarrying her pregnancy is a great victory for human rights, said Amnesty International.
The Chief Justice of the highest court in Australia has taken the rare step of speaking out about the need for action on family violence and our "appallingly high rate of indigenous incarceration”.
On Tuesday 19 April the Australian Senate passed a motion calling for the adoption of justice targets to close the gap on the incarceration rates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Phyoe Phyoe Aung, a student activist from Myanmar jailed for helping to organise a student protest, has been released. Her freedom is a huge victory for human rights and human rights defenders.
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