References African Rights (1995a) Rwanda: Death, Despair and Defiance.
What does AR stand for?
AR stands for African Rights
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A few groups, such as African Rights based in London, raised early warning signals, but again no one listened to them.
African Rights, a Rwandan group that has documented the genocide, linked Munyaneza to prominent figures indicted by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
The South African rights campaigner, speaking to Khaleej Times after his address at the Leaders in Dubai Business Forum 2009, praised the Gulf countries for their remarkable people welfare measures and economic development, but said more democratic reforms were needed.
Other members of the panel include Director of African Rights Rakiya Abdullahi Omar from Somalia, former minister TiE[umlaut]blE[umlaut] DramE[umlaut] from Mali, Special Envoy of former President Olusegun Obasanjo on the Trial of suspects of war crimes and human rights violations in Darfur Al-Hajji Mohammed from Nigeria, Judge Florence Mumba from Zambia, and former Foreign Minister of Egypt Ahmed Maher.
Africans no longer accept Mugabe's grandstanding as a liberation hero, freedom fighter, land revolutionary, anti-imperialist and champion of African rights.
Peter Hardie, vice president for campaigns and labor affairs for African rights group TransAfrica, says he has not gotten involved in the Sudan divestment campaign because he thinks it would be too difficult to convince foreign companies to act.