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March 4th, 2016

Happy Mother’s Day 2016!

This week, to celebrate Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day, we will be raising awareness about maternal health and gender equality in the countries where HART works. Access to maternal healthcare is a vital human right for women globally – no woman should have to risk their life to have a child....

February 26th, 2016

HART News Round-up 26/02/16

News from HART
  • Baroness Cox has returned from her visits to Australia and East Timor.
  • The HART team looks forward to receiving the last of the entries for the HART Prize for Human Rights competition with a quickly approaching deadline of 11.59pm tonight.

February 19th, 2016

HART News Round-up 19/02/16

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February 12th, 2016

HART News Round-up 12/2/16

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February 5th, 2016

HART News Round-up 5/2/16

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January 29th, 2016

HART News Round-up 29/01/16

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January 28th, 2016

India’s inequality in healthcare: the caste divide

  The last couple of weeks have seen an increase in media awareness of the discrimination faced by Dalits, the people below the lowest caste, in India. The suicide of Dalit student, Rohith Chakravarti Vemula, on Sunday 17th January 2016 has sparked protests and campaigns on the treatment of Dalits across India and particularly in Hyderabad, the city where Rohith studied and was expelled from student housing along with four other Dalit students....

January 22nd, 2016

HART Weekly News Round-up 22/01/16

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January 15th, 2016

HART Weekly News Round-up 15/01/2016

News from HART
  • On Monday 11th January, we welcomed our new CEO, Corinna Loges, to HART!
  • The HART team has recently returned from a trip to Sudan and South Sudan, and a report will be forthcoming in the near future.

January 11th, 2016

Human Trafficking in India | Guest Blog for Human Trafficking Awareness Day

‘According to data from the National Crime Records Bureau, trafficking of minor girls and women constituted about 76% of human trafficking cases in India over the past decade.’ Nearly 200,000 women and children are currently missing in India....
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