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Growing resistance against oppression in the world
"Growing resistance against oppression in the world"

"Despite the fact that in many places looks dark out is the resistance to the leaders and regimes that violate human rights in the ascendant, consider the Human rights organization Human Rights Watch (HRW)."

"the HRW review each year how the human rights are observed around the world. In this year's report, which covers over 100 countries, is pointing the organization in a number of positive trends in the fight for democracy and human rights – and new actors take up the fight against oppression."

"– When we look back at last year, it is not the bad news that stands out, but the resistance against them, claiming HRW head Kenneth Roth at the time of publication of the annual report, according to AFP."

"He says that the same populists who spread hatred and intolerance also is the fuel for grass-roots resistance movements in several directions."

"– It is striking how strong the defense of human rights, democracy and the rule of law has been, " says Roth."

"the HRW mentions among other things, the popular protests in Hungary and Poland, as well as the referendums forced away korruptionsanklagade leaders in Malaysia and the Maldives."

"Even countries like Germany, Denmark and Finland – which froze its arms transactions with saudi Arabia in protest against the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi – were highlighted as good role models."

"Among the new allies, which HRW sees in the fight against oppression is, inter alia, the organisation of islamic cooperation OIC. The group, which consists of 57 countries stood in 2018 behind the criticism of Burma's treatment of the rohingya population."

"According to HRW head Kenneth Roth is the first time the IOC criticize a single country except Israel."

"He now hopes that the group in the future can use its influence to persuade China to stop massinterneringen of the muslim minorities in Xinjiang province."

"According to a report from the UN committee on the elimination of racial discrimination have up to one million people from the muslim minority group the uighurs detained in what China describes as the re-education camps."

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