On 4 September 2008, the European Parliament issued a resolution underlying how European Parliamentarians perceive the European values of human rights and human dignity. The resolution condemned the discrimination and persecution against the persons with albinism (PwA), namely the albinos in Tanzania. The 2008 resolution was passed in response to reports that at least 25 albinos were killed or mutilated in this African country. They were victims of an ancient belief that considers an albino pers...


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