Wire, January/February 2013. Vol. 43, issue 01

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Kuwait at the crossroads 3) Wrongs and rights in 2012 4) One man in Guantánamo: 10 years of human wrongs 5) Egypt: These walls can speak 6) Sexual and reproductive rights: My body, my rights 7) Human Rights Friendly Schools: A vision for the future 8) Nigeria: Fighting fire with fire 9) Will the ‘hands of justice’ reach Pakistan’s tribal areas? 10) Thailand: A quest for truth and justice 11) Libya: ‘The world needs to know’ 12) Haiti: No roof, no roots 13) Good news & updates: Global arms trade treaty a step closer; Nepalese man acquitted of murder by Japanese court; Myanmar prisoner amnesties continue 14) Good news: 30,000 signatures for Italy’s Roma people 15) Worldwide Appeals; Brazil: Environmental campaigner at risk: Alexandre Anderson de Souza; Philippines: “Get rid of him”: Darius Evangelista; Slovakia: Romani schoolchildren segregated: Romani families in Levoča; Tunisia: Young mother killed: Manal Boualagi; Ethiopia: Journalist imprisoned for treason and terrorism: Eskinder Nega; Turkey: Suspected “honour” killing: Ahmet Yildiz 16) Postcards: Give tribal areas in Pakistan human rights protections; Stop forced evictions in Haiti now!; Egypt: Never again

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