Human Rights Watch

  title={Human Rights Watch},
  author={A. Ganesan and Sarah Leah Whitson and Kanae Doi and Meenakshi Ganguly and Karen Ackman and Jorge Casta{\~n}eda and Tony Elliott and Michael G. Fisch and Michael E. Gellert and Barry Meyer and Aoife O’Brien and Joan R. Platt and A. Rao and Neil Rimer and Victoria Riskin and Amy L. Robbins and G. Robeson and S. Rubin and Kevin P. Ryan and Jean-Louis Servan-Schreiber and J. Solana and Siri Stolt-Nielsen and Darian W. Swig and John R. Taylor and Jonathan F. Fanton},
  journal={Criminal Law Forum},
Je vous écris au nom de Human Rights Watch au sujet de votre visite en Afrique, afin de vous encourager à soulever un certain nombre de questions relatives aux droits humains que nous estimons être des préoccupations communes. Bien que l’Église catholique et Human Rights Watch abordent le respect pour les droits humains à partir de différents points de vue, nous pensons que nous partageons un grand nombre de points communs et de nombreuses valeurs. 
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