Human Rights Watch Urges the Human Rights Council to Renew and Strengthen Mandate of UN Commission

Human Rights Watch urges the Human Rights Council to renew and strengthen the mandate of the UN Commission on Human Rights in South Sudan and ensure it has enough resources to carry out its important mandate to collect and preserve evidence of serious human rights violations and identify those responsible.  This mandate is all the … Read more

Iran Refuses To Accept U.N. Human Rights Report

In his latest report submitted to the UN Human Rights Council on February 27, UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran Javaid Rehman voiced concern over human rights violations in Iran, in particular the way the death penalty is implemented. A British-Pakistani legal scholar and professor of Islamic law and international … Read more

Child Abuse Awareness in Pakistan

The Federal Ministry of Human Rights of Pakistan recently started a campaign to raise awareness around child abuse that is happening in Pakistan at the moment. The campaign highlights how important it is for parents, teachers, and society at large to be vigilant and inform children about child predators. Like many other countries, child abuse … Read more

Hong Kong Leader To Discuss With Citizens To Stop Violence

Beijing, Hong Kong’s chief executive Carrie Lam will participate next week in the first session of the dialogue with citizens to end the violent protests that currently disturb life of that territory. Accompanied by senior government officials from the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Lam will attend the first round of talks on Thursday, October … Read more

112 Pro-Biafra Imo Women Arrested

The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project, SERAP, including many Nigerians have demanded the unconditional release of 112 pro-Biafra Imo women who were arrested, detained and remanded in Owerri prison for participating in a peaceful protest to demand the whereabouts of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu. 112 pro-Biafra Imo women … Read more

Traveller Community in Galway

The traveller community in Galway are living in overcrowded, damp and mouldy accommodation with inadequate sewerage, insecure electricity, no facilities for children to learn or play safely. Many live in sites without regular rubbish collections and where their landlords carry out little to none maintenance despite the fact the Travellers are paying rent for their … Read more