A round-up of human rights stories from around the world.
The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) failure to carry out its due diligence commitments for the 2022 Beijing Games is a missed opportunity to promote human rights in China, Human Rights Watch said today.
ANI - Pakistan: Human rights group condemns false accusation of blasphemy on Christian nurse.
Celebrity interventions inflame sentiments in India as police investigate pro-farmers toolkit.
Concerns over impunity and a troubling decline in human rights will be prominent, with a long-awaited report by the UN high commissioner for human rights.
Jamal Abu Bakr Omran Abughrein, one of the 21 candidates running for Libya’s interim government this year pledged to make human rights a primary focus.
A 2019 parliamentary resolution has had a chilling effect on critics of Israeli policy. Now the cultural sector is speaking up, says music producer Brian Eno.
Various NGOs and human rights associations are calling on the Italian parliament to revoke the agreement between Italy and Libya on the management of migrant flows, four years after its signing.
United Nations independent human rights experts on Thursday, condemned the hanging of a prisoner from the Baloch minority in Iran, voicing fear that a “disturbing” recent increase in executions of community members “will continue”.
The votes are unlikely to add new strongmen to those already in office.
Amnesty International has today launched its first ever global emergency fundraising appeal, calling on supporters to help fight a growing backlash against journalists, lawyers, activists and human rights organizations around the world working to defend and promote human rights.