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Reports on Human Rights Practices

The idea of ​​human rights begins with a fundamental commitment to the dignity that is the right of every woman, man and child. Progress in the advancement of human rights begins with the facts. Over the past 34 years, the United States produced Country Reports on Human Rights Practices, providing a comprehensive record available of the state of human rights in all parts of the world. (Boot, 2010)

تقرير كامل | تقرير العراق:2013 (ملف 874 PDF كيلو بايت)

Full report | Report Iraq: 2012 (536 PDF file kb)

Full report | Report Iraq: 2011 (360 PDF file kb)

Full report |  Report Iraq: 2010  (File PDF 388 kb)

Reports on International Religious Freedom

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs this report to Congress in compliance with section 102 (b) of the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) of 1998. Law states that the Secretary of State, with the assistance of Ambassador international religious freedom, shall transmit to Congress "an annual report on International Religious Freedom supplementing the most recent Human Rights Reports by providing additional detailed information with respect to matters involving international religious freedom. " (Boot, 2010)

Full report | Report Iraq: 2011 (PDF 107 KB)

Full report: 2010  

Reports on trafficking

Secretary of State Clinton (June 16, 2009): "Ninth Annual Report of trafficking sheds light on the faces of slavery in the modern era and the new aspects of this global problem. Phenomenon of human trafficking affects virtually all countries, including the United States. Recognition of the struggle of America with modern-day slavery and slavery-related practices, we offer partnership, we call on every government to join us in working to build consensus and leverage resources to eliminate all forms of human trafficking. "

Full report: two thousand and thirteen (2 MB PDF)

Full report: 2011  (File PDF 138 kb)

Full report: 2009
Country Reports on Terrorism

April 30 of each year, U.S. law requires the Secretary of State to provide a full report to Congress on terrorism, with regard to those countries and groups that the convergence criteria set out in the legislation. This annual report mean country reports on terrorism. Beginning with the report for 2004, replaced by patterns published in advance on global terrorism.

Full report of 2009: