December 11th, 2018

World Kachin Congress Condemns Sentencing of Civil Society Leaders in Burma

Three civil society leaders have been sentenced to 6 months in prison with a fine of 500,000 Kyat each for ‘defamation’ of the Burma army under Article 500 of the Panel Law. The World Kachin Congress (WKC) has condemned the charges, claiming Ms Nang Pu, Mr Lum...

December 11th, 2018

Baroness Cox questions the British Government’s ‘strategic dialogue’ with Sudan in the HoL

On Human Rights Day, Baroness Cox (crossbench) spoke in the House of Lords to question the conditions of ‘strategic dialogue’ between the British Government and Sudanese Government, particularly regarding the rights of political detainees being held in Su...

December 6th, 2018

Baroness Cox talks Fulani Attacks in Nigeria

On the 6th of December, Baroness Cox (crossbench) talks in the House of Lords and asks the UK Government how they will respond to ongoing attacks led by Fulani militia in the northern and central belt states of Nigeria. Watch the debate below: Baroness Goldie noted HART’...

December 5th, 2018

Baroness Cox responds to Question on Syria

On Wednesday the 5th December, Baroness Cox (crossbench) responds to Baroness D’Souza’s question asking the UK Government what plans they have to provide resources for reconstruction programmes in Syria. Baroness Cox asks how aid and support for areas unde...

December 4th, 2018

Country Briefings – September to November 2018

In the countries where our partners work, important news, events and humanitarian crises are often neglected by the global community. We have put together briefings to highlight recent developments from the past three months in Sudan, Nigeria, South Sudan, Burma, Nagorn...

November 13th, 2018

Press Release, 12 November 2018

WHO WILL PROTECT NIGERIA’S NORTHERN CHRISTIANS? Today, Baroness Cox has returned from a fact-finding mission to Nigeria, where thousands of Christians have reportedly been killed in escalating attacks led by Fulani militia. She visited the Anguldi Refugee Camp in Jos...

October 25th, 2018

Human Rights Watch: Thousands Forced into UN Protection Sites in Wau

The Human Rights Watch has released a report detailing violent attacks and counterinsurgencies in the Western Region of South Sudan. Despite a ‘Cessation of Hostilities’ agreement in June, tens of thousands of civilians have been forced into United Nations protecti...

October 11th, 2018

Latest Update from Hart Partner SWAN: Student Lunch Campaign and Statement in Response to Ongoing Violence in Burma

Lunches 4 Littles Established in 1998, the SWAN Foundation is an affiliate of the Shan Women’s Action Network (SWAN) that aims to respond to the needs of Shan migrants living along the Thai-Burma border, who are discriminated against by the Burmese military. Reduced bord...

October 11th, 2018

Baroness Cox speaks of desperation in Blue Nile in a parliamentary debate

This morning, Baroness Cox reported of the desperate situation in Sudan’s Blue Nile state to the House of Lords. Watch Baroness Cox speaking at the debate:   High mortality rates are being reported in Blue Nile region, where hospitals are severely overcrowded. Medi...

October 10th, 2018

‘Artsakh’s Angel’ Baroness Cox receives Advocate for Justice Award

On the 7th October, Baroness Caroline Cox was recognised yet again for her efforts in advocating justice and freedom for all people as The Armenian National Committee of America bestowed its 2018 “Advocate for Justice” award to HART’s very own Founder and President....
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