|Contributions||National Academy of Sciences (U.S.). Committee on Human Rights.|
|LC Classifications||Q149.S95 S25 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 65 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||65|
|LC Control Number||93083629|
The Committee on Human Rights of Scientists of the New York Academy of Sciences "was formed in to pursue the advancement of the basic human rights of scientists throughout the world. The Committee intervenes in cases where scientists, engineers, health professionals and educators are detained, imprisoned, exiled, murdered, "disappeared," or deprived of the rights to pursue science. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Scientists and human rights in Syria. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, . The situation for human rights in Syria is considered egregiously poor among international observers. A state of emergency was in effect from until April , giving security forces sweeping powers of arrest and detention.. From to , Syria was a single-party state. The authorities have been accused of harassing and imprisoning human rights activists and other critics of the. Filed under: Scientists -- Political aspects -- Syria. Scientists and Human Rights in Syria (), by National Academy of Sciences Committee on Human Rights (HTML at NAP) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Syria. Syria: A Country Study (third edition, ), ed. by Thomas Collelo (multiple formats at ).
In the early 's, Syria's powerful army and prevasive security apparatus crushed opposition to the regime of Hafez Asad with great violence, killing at le citizens and jailing thousands more. This report charges that in the intervening years, the government's respect for fundamental human rights has barely improved. Warring parties in the Syrian conflict continue to disregard human rights and humanitarian law protections. Over , have died since The Syrian government, with the support of its allies. The perfidious role of ‘human rights’ organizations in the war on Syria has been exposed again with the Amnesty International report on Syria for /18, followed by an equally tendentious article in the Melbourne ‘Age’ newspaper by Claire Mallinson, Amnesty’s national director for Australia. Claire Mallinson, national director of Amnesty International Australia. "Democracy Now!" speaks to Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch's emergencies director. He has spent the last few months in the Balkans and Greece speaking to refugees coming mostly from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq.
The world is facing the largest refugee crisis since World War II. Over 4 million Syrians have fled their country due to conflict and persecution, and million are displaced within Syria in need of humanitarian assistance. We’re pressing the U.S. government to demonstrate global leadership to improve access to protection for Syrian refugees by leading an effort to meet the United Nations. 9 hours ago The Turkish-occupied area remained generally calm on Wednesday, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. However, explosions hit various parts of Syria including the Kurdish-majority. The perfidious role of ‘human rights’ organizations in the war on Syria has been exposed again with the Amnesty International report on Syria for /18, followed by an equally tendentious article in the Melbourne ‘Age’ newspaper by Claire Mallinson, Amnesty’s national director for Australia. In the name of human rights these organizations have actually worsened the crisis in Syria. Read more about this on Questia. Syria (sēr´ēə), officially Syrian Arab Republic, republic ( est. pop. 18,,), 71, sq mi (, sq km), W borders on Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea in the west, on Turkey in the northwest and north, on Iraq in .