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Sculpture made of small caliber weapons, used as raw material to educative laboratories for trainee blacksmiths, from the exposition "To Be Deter-mined/At Arms Length", promoted by the Cambodian government in cooperation with the European Union (1998).

Arab Commission for Human Rights, not to be confounded with the specialized human rights institutions of the Arab League

The Arab Commission for Human Rights is an independent non-governmental organization founded in January 1998 by a group of 15 human rights advocates from different Arab countries, and is dedicated to the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms through the Arab world. Without any political affiliation, the organization is guided in its work by the principles established in the Universal Declaration o Human Rights, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and all other international human rights instruments.
The organization work consists in conducting studies based on field missions on social, economic, cultural, civil, and political rights in all the Arab countries; preparing evaluations, researches and studies on the rights of vulnerable groups; working towards enforcing an inter-Arab cooperation through joint activities and partnerships  between the NGOs; organizing trainings, seminars and conferences in order to strengthen the communication for the promotion of human rights in the Arab countries; publishing books, reports and studies.

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