Read the new edition of Civil Rights Defenders’ magazine Time to Act
The magazine Time to Act gives an overview of Civil Rights Defenders work throughout the world. In the second edition you will be walked through the main developments, achievements and the highs and lows in human rights throughout 2013.
Read about how the Natalia Project has progressed a year on from its inception, and how life is going for some of the bearers of the Natalia security alarm system. Take part of the story about our new office in Moldova, which was opened to deepen our on-going commitment to defend human rights in Eastern Europe, thus bringing our total overseas offices to five.
The magazine also contains articles about a year of ups and downs in the LGBT community and also for our partners throughout the regions we work in. The Roma of Serbia and the deteriorating human rights situation in the North Caucasus will be told through the eyes of the lens. And in this edition we are also delighted to have the opportunity to introduce the readers to the family and colleagues of Ales Bialiatski, the 2014 recipient of the Civil Rights Defender of the Year Award.
Time to Act will give you an overview of the work we do on four continents, the latest addition being Latin America focusing primarily on Cuba and Venezuela plus much more inside these pages.
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Tags: Ales Bialiatski, Civil Rights Defender of the Year Award, Human rights, Latin America, LGBT, Natalia Project, North Caucasus, Pieter ten Hoopen, Roma, and Time to Act.
Regions: All regions.