Latest Reports on Human Rights Released
The U.S. Department of State has released its latest Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
Mandated by Congress to help guide its decisions on foreign military and economic aid, the reports are also used by journalists, scholars, activists, governments, and intergovernmental organizations.
With the announcement of the release, we saw a spike in related searches on USA.gov. Our users have been specifically looking for the report on China, which includes Tibet, Hong Kong, and Macau.
You can read the individual reports, or use the Build a Report tool to compare human rights topics of your choosing across countries.
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