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The rights group Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR) said Austin's resignation indicated a serious threat to the protection of human rights, the report added.
Summary: The Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, chaired by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and vice chaired by Princess Ameerah Al--Taweel, supported Karamah's Muslim Women Lawyers for Human Rights Law and Leadership summer program with a donation of $90,000.
A human rights group called Lawyers for Human Rights has demanded that police protect foreigners against the threats and intimidation.
Madadgar, Pakistan's first child helpline and protection service run by Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid, has collated data on abuse of women and children in Pakistan from research and newspaper reports.
PAKISTAN: A collaboration between UNICEF and Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid, says reported cases of abuse of Pakistani women totaled 3,296 in 2002, up from 2,917 in 2001.
Lawyers for human rights groups called the charges against him "some of the most serious allegations of crime ever to come before English criminal courts.
Hundreds of children went missing during the 2005 earthquake, and then during floods in Sindh," said Zia Ahmed Awan, president of Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid (LHRLA).
Citing Indian rights group Lawyers For Human Rights International (LFHRI) which is campaigning on their behalf, it said the 17 men were beaten with clubs, given electric shocks, deprived of sleep and forced to stand on one leg for prolonged periods.