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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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A study from Berkeley Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights identified a trend of violation of freedom of open expression and the use of surveillance technology against human rights defenders in Gulf regions and neighboring countries.
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A study from Berkeley Law’s International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights identified a trend of violation of freedom of open expression and the use of surveillance technology against human rights defenders in Gulf regions and neighboring countries.
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The UC Berkeley Human Rights Center partnered with Amnesty International and documented uses of excessive force in U.S. police from May 26 to June 5.
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The UC Berkeley Human Rights Center partnered with Amnesty International and documented uses of excessive force in U.S. police from May 26 to June 5.
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As part of April’s Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, UC Berkeley professors honed in on the intricacies of genocide to a full classroom during “A Panel on Genocide” event Tuesday.
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As part of April’s Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month, UC Berkeley professors honed in on the intricacies of genocide to a full classroom during “A Panel on Genocide” event Tuesday.
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Berkeley High School students staged a walkout to honor victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida and to demand gun reform Wednesday morning.
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Berkeley High School students staged a walkout to honor victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida and to demand gun reform Wednesday morning.
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More than 100 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza in light of International Workers’ Day, or May Day, which is traditionally known for its history of advocating for worker rights.
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More than 100 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza in light of International Workers’ Day, or May Day, which is traditionally known for its history of advocating for worker rights.
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Friends back home roll their eyes when I say that after a semester here, I became vegetarian, joined Amnesty International and picked up an Ethics concentration in my major. But contrary to popular belief, I have not become a violent anti-fascist, a member of the socialist party or a dissenter of free speech.
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Friends back home roll their eyes when I say that after a semester here, I became vegetarian, joined Amnesty International and picked up an Ethics concentration in my major. But contrary to popular belief, I have not become a violent anti-fascist, a member of the socialist party or a dissenter of free speech.
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More than 100 students filled Morgan Hall on Tuesday night to hear Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, discuss his rise to U.S. diplomacy and his insights into the future of the Middle East.
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More than 100 students filled Morgan Hall on Tuesday night to hear Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, discuss his rise to U.S. diplomacy and his insights into the future of the Middle East.
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Berkeley High School students held a rally to protest police brutality Thursday in the school’s main courtyard.
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Berkeley High School students held a rally to protest police brutality Thursday in the school’s main courtyard.
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“I feel sad for him. Sad for the boy bound to the killer. I am sad for the youth betrayed by their leaders for symbols and flags and war and power.” ―Susan Abulhawa, Mornings in Jenin
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“I feel sad for him. Sad for the boy bound to the killer. I am sad for the youth betrayed by their leaders for symbols and flags and war and power.” ―Susan Abulhawa, Mornings in Jenin
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