Human rights are challenged or violated in every corner of the world, every day. The abuses are often horrific. One of the most effective mechanisms for protecting human rights is through the work of the United Nations Human Rights Council. In the years since the HRC was established, its independent investigators have circled the globe to assess problems, to help prevent abuses and to offer solutions. In his new book, Catalysts for Change, Senior Fellow Ted Piccone, explains how they make a difference on behalf of the HRC.
Now is the time for Congress to take the big step and compel an end to this war… There is an opportunity in all this for us. Refocus attention on Yemen and on quitting the war as quickly as possible... [The United States needs to] find a way to bring the regional conflict to a halt, [but] recognize that [Yemen’s] internal conflict is not likely to end.