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Visit to the secretariat of the International Commission on Human Rights by the great writer Mahmoud Al-Ghazali and Ms. Maha Al-Sa'ad, President of the Saad Baird Foundation for Human and Development in the Netherlands. The ambassador of the International Commission for Human Rights in Iraq, Dr. Sadiq al-Moussawi, received Tuesday, July 18, 2017, the great writer Mohammed al-Ghazali And Maha Al-Saad, a resident of the Netherlands, president of the Saad Baird Foundation for Human Development and Development in the Netherlands. And talk about the project of building a medical complex and hospital to care for patients with cancer. Which has increased the incidence of this disease significantly, especially in the provinces of the center and south as a result of the germ weapons used by the US military during the wars in Iraq ...more

Protect The Earth Planet To Save Life Expectancy of Humankind & Properties From Expanding Threats of Sinkholes Opening Around The World

When the earth opens up the ground beneath our feet, our cars, our buildings etc appears to be incredibly solid. But, rarely that solid ground can simply open up without warning, dropping whatever was above into an unpredictably deep hole. Sinkhole is a depression in the ground that has no natural external surface drainage. It can be anywhere from a few feet wide and deep, to two thousand feet in diameter and depth. An undiscovered cavern or deep mine can collapse, allowing the ground above to crater, or a broken water main or heavy storm can erode a hole from below, until the surface becomes a thin shell that collapses at once. Basically this means that when it rains, all of the water stays inside the sinkhole and typically drains into the subsurface are most common in what geologists call, karsts terrain. Communities built atop karsts formations are very susceptible, where a layer of bedrock is water-soluble, like limestone ...more

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Ukraine: Humanitarian Bulletin | Issue 19 | 1 – 30 June 2017

Critical water supply systems interrupted Hostilities continuously occur in variety of forms and scale near critical civilian infrastructure. Access to clean water by millions is at stake, as power lines, supply systems and pumping stations continue to be hit. Obsolete infrastructure and lack of systematic agreements between energy and water entities on both sides of the ‘contact line’ further exacerbate the situation. The heaviest impact of these water cuts falls on the most vulnerable. A single incident of shelling of a Pumping Station of the South Donbas Water Pipeline reported on 11 June cut access to water for some 400,000 people for more than five days and indirectly affected some 700,000 people. To scale up the response to this critical humanitarian situation, the Ukrainian Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories and IDPs (MTOT) called an urgent meeting with partners, while Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator (USG) issued a statement . ...more

Shukvinder Singh Nara Appointed an Advisor To The Ambassador/Secretary IHRC To Asia Region
Shukhvinder Singh Nara's of Panchkula appointment notification is released as an ADVISOR to the Ambassador at Large and Secretary of "International Human Rights Commission" to Asia Region, His Excellency Dr. Prithvi Singh Ravish on July 12th 2017. Sukhvinder Singh Nara will advise to the Ambassador from time to time mainly on the ground of foreign humanitarian aid and official development assistance;, Provision of help to victims of political and racial or other type of prosecutions; Supporting participation on government programs; Diplomatic Missions; Organizations of help in 'Observation Missions'; Life protection; Respect to human rights and redemption of dignity; organization of help to minorities' and provision of help to local autonomous bodies within ...more

Why Crimes Against Humanity and State's Terrorism Rising Day by Day?

Crimes against humanity are certain acts that are deliberately committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack or individual attack directed against any civilian or an identifiable part of a civilian population. The first prosecution for crimes against humanity took place at the Nuremberg trials. Crimes against humanity have since been prosecuted by other international courts such as the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and the International Criminal Court, as well as in domestic prosecutions. The law of crimes against humanity has primarily developed through the evolution of customary international law. Crimes against humanity are not codified in an international convention, although there is currently an international effort to establish such a treaty, led by the Crimes Against Humanity Initiative. Unlike war crimes, crimes against humanity can be committed during peace or warThey are not isolated or sporadic events, but are part either of a government policy or of a wide practice of atrocities tolerated or condoned by a government or a de facto authority ...more

On 21 June, in Minsk parties to the conflict have agreed for full cessation of hostilities enforced from 24 June to 31 August 2017 to allow safe harvesting. While not fully implemented, the agreement has reduced the overall level of hostilities. However, daily combat activities were reported throughout June, which continued to generate civilian casualties and increased humanitarian needs. OHCHR verified 65 civilian casualties (12 killed and 53 injured) in June, representing a decrease by 14 per cent comparing to the previous month. Causes of casualties vary, while shelling and incidents related to mines and explosive remnants of war prevail (63 per cent and 28 per cent respectively). The Protection Cluster reports that more than 7,000 km2 of areas along the ‘contact line’ have been contaminated by mines and other remnants of war. Ongoing insecurity, the need for livelihoods and start of agriculture activities, particularly during the planting and harvesting seasons, indicate that the tendency of mine-related incidents is likely to continue ...more

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Doctor Fabian Lorenzo receive  from Intermational Human Rights Commission  important price in recognition for his work in the field  "Assisted Insemination'' , The prize was awarded in Buenos Aires Argentina  ,July 1 2017  by ours regional representatives .General Consul Ernesto Alberto Garbino Samela , and Consul  Enrique Gonzalez.
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Already on sale, the new press magazine BUSINESSMAN TODAY-INSPIRED BY TOMORROW ... and interviewed me about the work and plans IHRC. WELCOME TO Empik, Rely, Inmedio in Poland and selected airports in the world....
You live by the words " what we do today, we do for generations to come"; pleashe tell us how this motto cam to be ?. Social trends led by non-government and international organizations influence the future of all sociates on a global scale. Changes occur when it comes to the solutions undertaken in the process of creating an appropriate reality - first in the way we think, then in the way we live. This, in turn, creates a..

The prestigious International Image Business Magazine in Israel writes about IHRC International Human Rights Commission. There is an interview with First Deputy Secretary-General of the International Human Rights Commission H.E. Ambassador at Large Iurii M. Kiperman
IURII KIPERMAN AMBASSADOR ON THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. Iurii Kiperman today is enengaged in the protection of human rights. He is the First Deputy Secretary-General of the International Commission on Human Rights ( IHRC ). Ambassador of Ukraine and Europe. The Secretary General of the IHRC Rafal Marcin Wasik and Iurii Kiperman told us about the woeks ...more


Mission statement:
One of the most important principles of work IHRC is impartiality and independence. International Human Rights Commission painstakingly observes its aim for defending human rights not to become an instrument for political, economic or military interests. Particularly in conflict areas it attaches great value to asserting its independence from all parties involved. The nature and scope of the assistance are adjusted to the situation in the disaster zone within the framework of available possibilities. Aid measures are designed to suit the local conditions and are integrated in the economic, social and political context of a specific country or region. They are adjusted to respond to the needs and the situation of the victims, respect the dignity of the people, and protect valid laws and traditions. Aid commodities are deployed according to need and correspond to local standards. They are purchased locally so far as it is possible and useful. In its activities International Human Rights Commission is committed to the basic principles defending human rights and humanitarian aid as laid down UN and in the Code of Conduct of the Red Cross and Red Crescent and of non-governmental aid organizations in the context of emergency assistance.

Mr. Rafal Marcin Wasik


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