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Hearing: Human Rights In South Asia: Views From The State Department And The Region (Videos And Written Testimonies)

Hearing: Human Rights in South Asia: Views from the State Department and the Region (Videos and Written Testimonies)

Panel I

Witnesses

The Honorable Robert Destro
Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor

  • Witness Statement [PDF]
  • Witness Biography [PDF]

The Honorable Alice Wells
Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs

  • Witness Statement [PDF]
  • Witness Biography [PDF]

Panel II 

Ms. Aarti Tikoo Singh
Senior Assistant Editor
The Times of India
    Witness Statement [PDF]
    Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
    Witness Biography [PDF]
 
Nitasha Kaul, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations
Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster
    Witness Statement [PDF]
    Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
    Witness Biography [PDF]

Angana Chatterji, Ph.D.
Co-chair, Political Conflict, Gender and People’s Rights Initiative, Research Anthropologist, Center for Race and Gender, University of California, Berkeley
    Witness Statement [PDF]
    Related Witness Support Document #1 [PDF]
    Related Witness Support Document #2 [PDF]
    Related Witness Support Document #3 [PDF]
    Related Witness Support Document #4 [PDF]
    Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
    Witness Biography [PDF]

Ms. Fatima Gul
Sindhi-American Human Rights Activist
    Witness Statement [PDF]
    Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
    Witness Biography [PDF]

Mr. Francisco Bencosme
Asia Pacific Advocacy Manager
Amnesty International
   Witness Statement PDF]
   Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
   Witness Biography [PDF]

Mr. Ravi Batra
Chair National Advisory Council for South Asian Affairs
    Witness Statement [PDF]
    Witness Truth in Testimony [PDF]
    Witness Biography [PDF]

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