Wire, March/April 2014. Vol. 44, issue 002

1) The Agenda 2) Up front: Protecting people in a human rights crisis 3) My Body My Rights My Future 4) Who controls your body? 5) Nepal: Removing an unnecessary burden 6) Argentina: Who decides? 7) Human Rights Education: Mongolia: ‘It showed me how to be loud’ 8) Fair trials: Kosovo: The power of insistence 9) Death Penalty: Changing hearts and minds in India 10) S.O.S. Europe: Don’t let people die at your door 11) Syria: Hope is stronger than fear 12) Protect people before borders 13)Bulgaria: Stuck in the system 14 ) Worldwide Appeals: USA: Torture survivor in 13th year without trial: Mohamed al-Qahtani; Mauritania: 14 prisoners forcibly disappeared; China: Health fears for poet: Liu Xia; Bahrain: Teenage protesters sentenced to 10 years: Jehad Sadeq Aziz and Ebrahim Ahmed Radi al-Moqdad; Belarus: Politician in prison on fabricated charges: Mykalau Statkevich; Azerbaijan: Youth activists arrested and beaten 15) Write for Rights 2013: Human rights superheroes

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