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BHRC Conference: The Baloch national struggle for the right to self-determination must be recognized without any delays

Geneva: The Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) on Wednesday hosted a conference on Balochistan outside the United Nations building in Geneva. The conference entitled, “Genocide in Balochistan and the role of the international community” highlighted the unabated grave violations of human rights in Balochistan by the religious states of Pakistan and Iran and expressed concern over the silence of the international

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The human rights violations in Balochistan must stop: BHRC

Geneva: March 6, 2020 While highlighting the atrocities being perpetrated on the Baloch, the BHRC representative Qambar Malik Baloch in his intervention during the general debate on item 3 of the 43rd Session of the UNHRC demanded that the human rights violations in Balochistan must be stopped. He drew the attention of the council to the human rights violations being

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Baloch Human Rights Council raised finance in aid of Flood victims in Balochistan

London: The Baloch Human Rights Council – BHRC has raised £2,500 anequivalent of 137061774.93 Iranian Rial to pass along to relief organizationshelping the flood victims in western Balochistan. The money was raised and will be passed on to the victims by the BHRCPresident Dr Habibullah Malik and Jamshaid Amiri, the BHRC representative for western Balochistan. The finance we have gathered

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BHRC to run an awareness campaign at the 43rd session of the UN Human Rights Council

London: The Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) is set to hold an awareness campaign during the 43rd session of the United Nations Human Rights Council – UNHRC in Geneva in March 2020.  The awareness campaign by the BHRC will be comprised of a series of events focusing on some of the major human rights and humanitarian challenges inflicted on the

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BHRC Appeals for Humanitarian aid to Flood victims in Balochistan

London: The Baloch Human Rights Council strongly condemns the insensitivity of the Iranian and Pakistani authorities and their failure to extend relief to the flood victims in Balochistan. We appeal to the International Humanitarian organizations including the UN and European Commission to intervene directly through emergency teams to assess and address the needs of the people severely affected by heavy

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Baloch Human Rights Council appoints representatives and a new office bearer

London: The Baloch Human Rights Council -BHRC has appointed new representatives in different European countries, and an office-bearer to help manage its virtual presence. According to the BHRC’s information secretary Qambar Malik Baloch, Kamal Khan will be BHRC’s representative in Italy, Zakir Ali Baloch will represent BHRC in Greece, whereas, Nabi Baksh Balouch will assume the charge of Chief Technology

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Berlin Conference Declaration: the humanitarian challenges in Balochistan

Berlin Conference Declaration: This document summarizes the conclusion of the conference on the Humanitarian challenges in Balochistan held on 11 December 2019 in Berlin by the Human rights organizations working for the protection and promotion of the rights of the people of Balochistan. The organizers of the conference were the Baloch Human Rights Council – BHRC, Baloch Human Rights Organization

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Berlin conference calls for Humanitarian Intervention in Balochistan

Berlin, Germany – 11 December 2019: The Baloch human rights groups gathered in Berlin on Wednesday to accentuate the overlooked plight of the people of Balochistan in an attempt to induce the international community to play a more active role in bringing an end to the miseries of the Baloch.  The conference entitled, “A one-day conference on the humanitarian challenges

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Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) Supports Sindhi People’s Legitimate Struggle for Their Waters

Baloch Human Rights Council UK (BHRC-UK) in a press release issued today condemned the acting Chairman of Indus River System Authority’s (IRSA) for the unilateral and illegal decision to open Chashma-Jehlum link canal. BHRC-UK noted that while in Sindh people do not have water to drink forget about agriculture, this is a criminal act of Punjab which shows their continued

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