Friday, February 7, 2014

Dr. Mustafa Ansari, American Institute of Human Rights

Dr. Mustafa Ansari

Congratulations to Mustafa Ansari, international lawyer and dedicated human rights defender with 20 years proven record of accomplishments in legal education, human rights activism, and personnel management. He is Dean of the American Institute of Human Rights, and he is Chief Justice of Indigenous African American Reparations Tribunal. Below is a url carrying our interview with Dr. Mustafa Ansari on our "Human Rights for Prisoners March" Blogtalkradio show, recorded on Monday, February 3.

Dr. Ansari spoke about CLE classes for attorneys and judges in international human rights law as well as classes and certification for human rights defenders and human rights monitors. Dr. Ansari is committed spreading knowledge about America's human rights treaties and laws (such as EO 13107). Courses are available through Internet access to equip both attorneys and qualified non-attorneys to file complaints directly with the International Court.

Dr. Ansari and the International Institute of Human Rights are anxious to acquaint more people with human rights laws. He also would like for more attorneys to learn International Law and cite international laws and treaties when defending clients and writing pleadings in civil actions. Many justice quests that may have failed in America's courts should be taken before the International Court. Therefore, Dr. Ansari now produces a weekly radio show on Blogtalkradio, called "Dr. Ansari's Human Rights Reports." The first broadcast was Tuesday, February 11, 2014, at 1pm EST, and can be accessed below:

If you are interested in receiving personal contact about the courses, please indicate your interest in comments below or email ~ Registration begins soon for the 16-week courses for Human Rights Monitors and Human Rights Defenders. Learn more about International Human Rights Treaties that America's justice system is already bound to uphold.

Congratulations to the United Nations and Dr. Mustafa Ansari on your work for human rights for all!

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