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She has served on many boards and commissions throughout her career, including Vice Chair of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights and Chair of the Rights Working Group.
She was made head of the Freedoms and Rights Working Group.
An informal meeting of the Council s Human Rights Working Group (COHOM) takes place on 26-27 November in Vilnius.
It affects African American, Latino, South Asian, Arab, and Muslim communities, according to data compiled by the American Civil Liberties Union and Rights Working Group.
This is (the Suharto family s) attempt to return to an authoritarian system," Human Rights Working Group head Rafendi Djamin said.
In a separate letter on January 26, 2009, the Conscience Foundation's affiliated Falun Gong Human Rights Working Group requested the Foreign Ministry of Canada to make a proposal to UNHRC to postpone the UPR of China.
A cover letter from Karen Schneider, chairwoman of Amnesty's Sexual and Reproductive Rights Working Group, dated April 20, said: "This policy will not be made public at this time.
FALUN GONG HUMAN RIGHTS WORKING GROUP, 9974 Scripps Ranch Boulevard No 228, San Diego, California 92131, US (tel: 01 619 280 5177; email: contact@falunhr.