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Ending Violence Against Women in Kenya

New Evidence Emerges of Mass Rape During Post-election Violence in Kenya

08/29/2014

PHR study finds that pattern of sexual assault perpetrated during post-election violence in Kenya is consistent with patterns of mass rape documented in conflict settings elsewhere.

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Dasht-e-Leili

A Time for Truth in Afghanistan

08/19/2014

Afghans have endured injustice for decades. Victims languish in an environment where abuses are committed with impunity, fueling resentment and the country’s conflict itself.

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Detainee at Guantánamo

Psychologists Must Stand by their Ethical Obligations

08/11/2014

American psychologists designed and oversaw the brutal regime of interrogation used on detainees in U.S. military custody at Abu Ghraib, Guantánamo Bay, and elsewhere during the U.S. war on terror; but the profession has yet to punish any psychologist who participated in torture or to fully distance itself from this legacy.

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USAID

Health Workers Must Treat with Medicine, Not Politics

08/08/2014

The use of health programs by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to recruit political activists in Cuba is reprehensible and unacceptable. Using health care as a cover for political activities goes against the internationally accepted principle of medical neutrality and is harmful to the wider practice of providing medical aid in countries around the world.

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Asylum in the United States

Vulnerable and Alone: Children Crossing the Border

07/21/2014

Although Maria is just 13-years-old, she already suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and major depression, reports Dr. Carol Kessler, a child psychiatrist and member of the Asylum Network at PHR. Originally from El Salvador, Maria fled to the United States after a gang member attempted to rape her and force her to join his gang.

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