“Labor Rights are human rights, but they’re also economic rights. And workers being able to exercise these rights is very important to building economies in which prosperity and the benefits of growth are broadly shared."
According to estimates, some 25 governments on almost every continent have intentionally prevented or disrupted access to such networks more than fifty times since the beginning of 2016, a rate of at least once every six days.
Meeting was an opportunity to exchange views on Burma’s peace process, continuing challenges in Rakhine State, democratic transition, and efforts to improve human rights and rule of law.
The United States has championed a number of initiatives through APEC that build on the commitment to advance women’s roles in APEC economies.
Unexploded ordnance and landmines render thousands of hectares of land unusable and destabilize communities.
Recent Indo-U.S. Workshop in New Delhi explored bilateral research opportunities to address air quality and health issues.
The United States is fully committed to an effective response to North Korea's atrocious human rights record.
The United States strongly supports and values Hong Kong’s Legislative Council and independent judiciary.
The two countries cooperate on education, science and technology, climate change, sustainability, public health, and security.
There is only one way to end this conflict, and that is through a political settlement negotiated between Taliban fighters and the Afghan Government.
“This is a regime, that operates enormous political prison camps at home, denies its citizens nearly all basic rights, and imposes a system of surveillance and censorship so repressive it has no comparison in the modern age.”