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In reply to @P4HR
We agree with @JackResneckMD at @AmerMedicalAssn : Nowhere near enough is being done by social media giants to stop medical disinformation that harms health. #CovidIsntOver ama-assn.org/about/leadersh…
Replying to @P4HR
PHR believes in free speech but NOT the spread of demonstrably false information that impinges on our right to health and to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications. #ICCPR #ICESCR #HumanRights
 
Twitter and @ElonMusk will no longer stop users from spreading demonstrably false and harmful information about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccinations.

washingtonpost.com/technology/202…
Replying to @P4HR
We agree with @JackResneckMD at @AmerMedicalAssn : Nowhere near enough is being done by social media giants to stop medical disinformation that harms health. #CovidIsntOver ama-assn.org/about/leadersh…
Turning the tide against medical disinformation will take all of us
ama-assn.org
 
Twitter and @ElonMusk will no longer stop users from spreading demonstrably false and harmful information about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccinations.

washingtonpost.com/technology/202…
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
Excited to hear these inspiring clinicians and human rights defenders discuss unique role of health professionals and what YOU can do. Register! @P4HR @DrMonicaPeek @MatthewWynia @BarbaraRoblesMD @DrKBrandi @rachanadixit @UM_IHPI @AMSANational #medtwitter
 
 
How can clinicians act as human rights defenders in times of crisis?

Join us on December 7th ahead of #HumanRightsDay for a conversation about how health professionals can use their unique skills and platforms to advance accountability.

Register here: phr-org.zoom.us/webinar/regist… pic.twitter.com/AAyt1NUd5F
Replying to @P4HR
Panelists will highlight how clinicians navigate medical ethics and act to defend human rights in response to: -The overturn of Roe v. Wade -The misuse of public health policy to undermine the legal right to seek asylum -Mounting threats and attacks against health professionals.
 
How can clinicians act as human rights defenders in times of crisis?

Join us on December 7th ahead of #HumanRightsDay for a conversation about how health professionals can use their unique skills and platforms to advance accountability.

Register here: phr-org.zoom.us/webinar/regist…
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
Our Immersion Program students (from @Mizzou) produced this excellent story on how unqualified coroners contribute to Broken Justice:
mississippicir.org/news/elected-c…
 
In reply to @P4HR
In eastern DRC, doctors at @HEALAfrica are using MediCapt to care for survivors of sexual violence & safely document forensic evidence. Watch to learn how these clinicians put technology in the service of preventing sexual violence: youtu.be/VkA_g2nwf_k
Replying to @P4HR
Through #innovation, PHR's MediCapt is transforming the way evidence is gathered and preserved, bringing new hope for survivors of sexual violence.🕊️⚖️ @Enabel_Belgium @hif #16DaysOfActivism Learn more: phr.org/issues/sexual-…
 
In reply to @P4HR
To support the collection of evidence needed to support justice for sexual violence, PHR created MediCapt, a mobile app allows clinicians to document forensic evidence, which can then be safely shared with law enforcement to help seek accountability.⚖️ youtu.be/U2BwHwcyiBM
Replying to @P4HR
In eastern DRC, doctors at @HEALAfrica are using MediCapt to care for survivors of sexual violence & safely document forensic evidence. Watch to learn how these clinicians put technology in the service of preventing sexual violence: youtu.be/VkA_g2nwf_k
 
The UN estimates that 1 in 3 women will suffer sexual violence in their lifetime. ♀️

In conflict-affected areas, the vast majority of survivors’ cases never get to court; & those that do often fail due to lack of evidence.

That's where health workers come in⬇️

#16Days pic.twitter.com/Vq1WeAq1TK
Replying to @P4HR
To support the collection of evidence needed to support justice for sexual violence, PHR created MediCapt, a mobile app allows clinicians to document forensic evidence, which can then be safely shared with law enforcement to help seek accountability.⚖️ youtu.be/U2BwHwcyiBM
 
The UN estimates that 1 in 3 women will suffer sexual violence in their lifetime. ♀️

In conflict-affected areas, the vast majority of survivors’ cases never get to court; & those that do often fail due to lack of evidence.

That's where health workers come in⬇️

#16Days
 
Big news: we met our ambitious goal of $25,000, and then some! Thank you for supporting Physicians for Humans Rights on #GivingTuesday! We could not do this critical work without supporters like you.
 
We are making progress toward our $25,000 #GivingTuesday goal, but we still need your help! Will you donate right now to defend human rights? All donations we receive before midnight will have twice the impact to defend human rights globally. bit.ly/3imcjsq
 
PHR has long been committed to holding perpetrators of sexual violence accountable.

We continue to seek justice for survivors of the the 2007-2008 post-election violence in Kenya. @PHRKenya

#16DaysOfActivism #16Days

bit.ly/3IEyZgH
Replying to @P4HR @PHRKenya
We have utilized evidence to get justice for survivors in Kenya, including orders for reparation and recognition of the state’s failure to uphold their rights. Learn more: phr.org/issues/sexual-…
 
PHR has long been committed to holding perpetrators of sexual violence accountable.

We continue to seek justice for survivors of the the 2007-2008 post-election violence in Kenya. @PHRKenya

#16DaysOfActivism #16Days

bit.ly/3IEyZgH
Breaking Cycles of Violence: Gaps in Prevention of and Response to Electoral-Related Sexual Violence in Kenya - PHR
phr.org
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
This week, Dr. Denis Mukwege addressed the #PSVI conference, speaking on justice and accountability for #CRSV. “The suffering of victims is universal and so is the imperative to deliver justice.” @FCDOGovUK @end_svc
 
Today is #GivingTuesday! Since 1986, PHR has been mobilizing health professionals to stop the world’s worst human rights atrocities. If you share our vision, donate to support our global work today — and your donation will be doubled!
bit.ly/3imcjsq
 
Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday, a global movement for giving. This year, a generous donor has agreed to DOUBLE every dollar PHR raises up to $25,000 starting today! If you want to defend human rights give NOW so your donation will have DOUBLE the impact. Thank you for your support.
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
Attacks on healthcare in situations of armed conflict have been reported at alarming levels over the past two decades. Rohini Haar & @susannahsirkin review data collection systems on attacks on healthcare, highlighting gaps in data collection & quality 👇
ipinst.org/2022/11/streng…
Strengthening Data to Protect Healthcare in Conflict Zones
ipinst.org
 
To support the reliable & secure documentation of evidence needed to support justice for cases of sexual violence, PHR designed & developed MediCapt, an award-winning mobile app to document forensic evidence.

#16Days #ForSurvivorsWithSurvivors #PSVI youtu.be/U2BwHwcyiBM
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
In 2008, Resolution 1820 recognized sexual violence as a matter of international peace & security.

It is no longer seen as an inevitable by-product of war but constitutes a crime that is preventable & punishable under the law. #16days#stoprapenow

👉ow.ly/iXFi50GVX2Q
GIF
 
PHR’s study published in August 2022 found that participants completing our training had improved knowledge and attitudes of health, law enforcement, and legal professionals related to sexual & gender-based violence. connect.springerpub.com/content/sgrvv/… #16Days
 
At the heart of PHR’s fight for justice for survivors of sexual violence is our cross-sectoral networks & partnerships.

PHR’s recent study found that scaling training & strengthening these networks are promising for justice: pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35938230/ #16Days
 
For years, PHR has worked to end impunity for sexual violence and to bring justice to survivors of these terrible crimes. This International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we double down in that fight. #16Days phr.org/our-work/resou…
Five Evidence-based Approaches that Deliver Results for Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the Clinicians Who Support Them - PHR
phr.org
 
In reply to @P4HR
Our work has helped achieve landmark victories in the fight against impunity for these horrific crimes.
Replying to @P4HR
We know that through evidence, change is possible. Throughout the #16DaysCampaign we’ll be sharing our work to end sexual and gender-based violence. Read more about how we work: phr.org/our-work/resou…
 
In reply to @P4HR
PHR's unique approach centers survivors and our partners to understand how to drive progress at a systemic level, including through capacity building to forensically document and prosecute sexual violence cases.
Replying to @P4HR
Our work has helped achieve landmark victories in the fight against impunity for these horrific crimes.
 
In reply to @P4HR
PHR’s Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones uses rigorous science and trauma-informed approaches to address violence. phr.org/issues/sexual-…
Replying to @P4HR
PHR's unique approach centers survivors and our partners to understand how to drive progress at a systemic level, including through capacity building to forensically document and prosecute sexual violence cases.
 
In reply to @P4HR
According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 30% of women worldwide have been subjected to either physical and/or sexual violence in their lifetime – a traumatizing experience with long-lasting adverse health consequences.
Replying to @P4HR
PHR’s Program on Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones uses rigorous science and trauma-informed approaches to address violence. phr.org/issues/sexual-…
 
For years, PHR has worked to end impunity for sexual violence and to bring justice to survivors of these terrible crimes.

This International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we double down in that fight. #16Days
Replying to @P4HR
According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 30% of women worldwide have been subjected to either physical and/or sexual violence in their lifetime – a traumatizing experience with long-lasting adverse health consequences.
 
For years, PHR has worked to end impunity for sexual violence and to bring justice to survivors of these terrible crimes.

This International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, we double down in that fight. #16Days
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
Take just 7 minutes, sometime during this holiday weekend, to consider and honor those who lost their lives in saving ours — we have this opportunity thanks to this new beautiful exhibit on the National Mall… have a listen, and let us give thanks! npr.org/2022/11/22/113…
 
PHR condemns the reported Russian strike on a maternity ward in Zaporizhzhia, the latest example of Russia’s brutal assault on Ukraine’s health system.

@WHO has identified 703 attacks on health care in the country since Feb.

Health care is #NotATarget.

cnn.com/2022/11/23/eur…
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
📢 Call for #HealthWorker Stories! We're seeking stories and accounts from health workers who have been affected by attacks on health care in conflict.

They are #NotATarget and need to be safe to save and improve lives.

Submission due by Nov. 30th:
forms.gle/h57QVK3GcY9aa5…
 
🇹🇷⚠️ACTION ALERT

Dr. Şebnem Korur Fincancı is a globally renowned forensic physician, anti-torture expert, & human rights champion.

Sebnem has been arbitrarily detained by the Turkish gov't - we will not rest until she is released.

#FreeSebnem now: secure.phr.org/secure/release…
Tell Turkish President Erdoan: Release Dr. ebnem Korur Fincanc!
secure.phr.org
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
"We cannot remain silent while physicians suffer threats, harassment, and punishment for simply meeting their professional obligations."

@MicheleHeisler and colleagues call for the release of Şebnem Korur Fincancı. Read the Correspondence: hubs.li/Q01sRWmG0 #FreeŞebnem
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
“It’s quite scary that [force-feeding] is accepted. It’s routinized within ICE. And even though it’s clearly accepted there's also this veil of secrecy about how often it’s being used.”

@joanna_nm of Physicians for Human Rights joins @intercepted. interc.pt/3TWHJ5N
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
Kicking off #Qatar2022 and in the aftermath of the #Kanjuruhan tragedy in Indonesia, insisting on a complete ban on #TearGas in football stadiums is a question of life and death and a matter of human rights. 👇🏽Op-ed by @KontraSupdates and @P4HR. 🧵1/4
 
New in @jakpost: We must ban tear gas use in sports stadiums, for good.

Op-ed by Dr. @rohinihaar (@hrcberkeley/@P4HR) and Fatia Maulidiyanti (@KontraS) on the #kanjuruhan stadium tragedy.

"in the face of FIFA’s inadequate response to the Malang tragedy, national law..."
Replying to @P4HR
"... enforcement in every country must acknowledge the dangers of chemical irritants. Tear gas must be explicitly banned in sports stadiums. FIFA should demand this discussion & stand up for its fans.” More on the harms of tear gas from PHR/@INCLOnet: phr.org/our-work/resou…
 
New in @jakpost: We must ban tear gas use in sports stadiums, for good.

Op-ed by Dr. @rohinihaar (@hrcberkeley/@P4HR) and Fatia Maulidiyanti (@KontraS) on the #kanjuruhan stadium tragedy.

"in the face of FIFA’s inadequate response to the Malang tragedy, national law..."
Police crowd control tactics affect countless victims worldwide every year. #jakpost bit.ly/3hUfFTf
 
Physicians for Human Rights Retweeted ·  
We call for global medical professionals and organisations to speak out for Dr. Fincanci to be immediately freed. @p4hr @IRCT @DIGNITY_INT @REDRESSTrust @MSF_USA @
 
In reply to @P4HR
5. Conduct research to document trends and abuses, good practices, and emerging technologies related to the fight against sexual and gender-based violence against children in conflict zones.
Replying to @P4HR
Today, on the @UN #EndChildSexAbuseDay we reaffirm that NO child should ever be the victim of sexual exploitation, abuse and violence. Learn more about our work here: phr.org/issues/sexual-…
Children's Rights - PHR
phr.org
 
In reply to @P4HR
4. Improve the implementation of innovative tools developed by PHR, such as the Child Video Interview Kit and our sexual violence documentation mobile application, MediCapt, to improve medical-legal documentation.
Replying to @P4HR
5. Conduct research to document trends and abuses, good practices, and emerging technologies related to the fight against sexual and gender-based violence against children in conflict zones.
 
In reply to @P4HR
3. We will bring together survivors and experts to develop a global community of practice around good practices in forensic documentation and witness and survivor support in accountability processes in the fight for justice for children affected by violence.
Replying to @P4HR
4. Improve the implementation of innovative tools developed by PHR, such as the Child Video Interview Kit and our sexual violence documentation mobile application, MediCapt, to improve medical-legal documentation.
 
In reply to @P4HR
2. We are conducting training on survivor-centered forensic documentation and specific considerations for child survivors with multisectoral professionals.
Replying to @P4HR
3. We will bring together survivors and experts to develop a global community of practice around good practices in forensic documentation and witness and survivor support in accountability processes in the fight for justice for children affected by violence.
 
In reply to @P4HR
1. PHR is working to identify and cultivate good practices in forensic documentation and promote their use in national, regional, and international arenas of accountability to fight impunity around violence against children and adolescents in conflict zones. @oakfnd
Replying to @P4HR
2. We are conducting training on survivor-centered forensic documentation and specific considerations for child survivors with multisectoral professionals.
 
In reply to @P4HR
Global efforts to support child and adolescent survivors of sexual and gender-based violence however are still insufficient. In the next several years, here are five ways PHR will continue our fight for justice for child survivors of violence:
Replying to @P4HR
1. PHR is working to identify and cultivate good practices in forensic documentation and promote their use in national, regional, and international arenas of accountability to fight impunity around violence against children and adolescents in conflict zones. @oakfnd
 
In reply to @P4HR
PHR helped secure landmark accountability for child survivors who were kidnapped and raped from 2013 to 2016 in the village of Kavumu in the DRC, working with partners to gather evidence and support survivors and witnesses in pursuing justice. phr.org/impact/a-victo…
Replying to @P4HR
Global efforts to support child and adolescent survivors of sexual and gender-based violence however are still insufficient. In the next several years, here are five ways PHR will continue our fight for justice for child survivors of violence:
 
In reply to @P4HR
PHR has worked with local and international partners to develop innovative tools to protect survivors and witnesses in cases of sexual and gender-based violence in low-resource and conflict settings.
Replying to @P4HR
PHR helped secure landmark accountability for child survivors who were kidnapped and raped from 2013 to 2016 in the village of Kavumu in the DRC, working with partners to gather evidence and support survivors and witnesses in pursuing justice. phr.org/impact/a-victo…
 
In reply to @P4HR
By equipping local professionals who work w/ child survivors of conflict-related sexual violence w/ training on forensic documentation + developmentally appropriate survivor-centered care, we build systems adapted to needs of children who are often invisible in court proceedings.
Replying to @P4HR
PHR has worked with local and international partners to develop innovative tools to protect survivors and witnesses in cases of sexual and gender-based violence in low-resource and conflict settings.
 
 
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