U.S. Department of State Human Rights Reports

A collection of links to recent Department of State Human Rights Reports including information on the situation of human rights for Palestinian children living in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

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  1. June 25, 2015–A U.S. government human rights report released today highlights grave violations against Palestinian children living under Israeli military occupation.
  2. The annual country reports on human rights practices, which include a specific section covering the situation of human rights in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT), raises a number of concerns relating to ill-treatment of Palestinian child prisoners and denial of fair trial rights in Israeli military courts. It notes other grave violations against Palestinian children, including the killing and maiming of Palestinian children and attacks on schools in Gaza by Israeli forces. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry released the annual report at a press conference in Washington.
  3. Each year the U.S. Department of State drafts and publishes country reports on human rights practices, known as the Human Rights Reports, that cover the situation of human rights in countries around the world.
  4. Since 2007, each annual country report on Israel and the OPT has included data and information on ill-treatment and torture of Palestinian children in Israeli military detention, denial of fair trials rights in Israeli military courts and other grave violations against children committed by Israeli forces and settlers. See below for links to reports issued since 2007.

  5. 2014 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  6. 2013 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  7. 2012 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  8. 2011 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  9. 2010 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  10. 2009 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  11. 2008 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
  12. 2007 HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT
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