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Human Rights Watch says Papua New Guinea has failed to protect women and children12 Jan 8:32pm

Human Rights Watch says Papua New Guinea has failed to protect women and children

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Organisation warns of grave dangers from rise of populist leaders and issues a scathing assessment of Australia’s nearest neighbour Papua New Guineans took to the streets to protest against government corruption and were met by gunfire, Human Rights Watch has said in a scathing assessment of Australia’s nearest neighbour. In its annual assessment of more than 90 countries, Human Rights Watch has warned of the rise of populist leaders threatening the protection of human rights. It says PNG has failed to protect women and children, or to respond to corruption and police violence.
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