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"Global Human Rights Advocacy was established in 2007 and is dedicated to giving voice to justice 'Vox Iustorm' - international human rights, democracy and the rule of law - through reporting, informing, analysis and advocacy. Activities include International Human Rights advocacy and International Relations research & analysis.
Global Human Rights Advocacy undertakes pro bono publico Human Rights Advocacy & Analysis; investigation and travel to conflicted-affected areas, including membership of Humanitarian Delegations to Iraq (2008), and representation (advocacy) to Parliamentary Committees, engagement and conference participation in Geneva, Canberra, Sydney, London, and Paris from 2008 - Present.
Global Human Rights Advocacy: Special interest in the Rule of Law, Democracy, Human Rights and the rights of civil populations, refugees and protected persons under International Humanitarian Law in conflict-affected environments, terrorism, violence against women, and children pressed into military service (the so-called 'child soldiers')."
Stephen Pitt-Walker is the founder of the "Global Human Rights Advocacy" organization as well as an active member of Amnesty International, an affiliate of the Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Human Rights (research & advocacy) and a collaboration partner of the Association Supporting Democracy in Iran - Australia.