Humanitarian Law Project HLP

The Humanitarian Law Project is a non-profit organization founded in 1985, dedicated to protecting human rights and promoting the peaceful resolution of conflict by using established international human rights laws and humanitarian law. Our long-term objectives are to strengthen human rights standards ratified by nations around the globe and to foster communication on compelling international human rights issues among human rights activists, law faculty and students, members of Congress and their staffs, as well as interested citizens. The Humanitarian Law Project is a non-governmental organization NGO with consultative status at the United Nations with a mandate to seek compliance with armed conflict laws.

The following items are put on the homepage, just scroll down. You’ll find:

  • Judge Strikes Down Bush on Terror Groups …
  • HLP Challenges USA Patriot Act in Federal Court …
  • HUMANITARIAN LAW GROUPS FILE RIGHTS PETITION AT OAS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES FOR ATTACKS ON HOSPITALS, CLINICS IN FALLUJA, November 22, 2004 …
  • Text: THE ROAD TO BAGHDAD, by David Lynn …
  • Key Patriot Act provision ruled unconstitutional …
  • Address: Humanitarian Law Project, International Educational Development, Inc., 8124 West Third Street, Suite 105, Los Angeles, CA 90048, USA, Telephone: (310) 836-6316, Fax: (323) 658-6306, E-mail.

There are separate pages for:

The Humanitarian Law Project on wikipedia.

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