• 2019-09-20

    Plus: abusive evictions in Kenya's Mau Forest; Congolese warlord sought by the International Criminal Court has been killed; European Parliament adopts a strong resolution on Myanmar's cleansing campaign against Rohingya; Britain should practice… Read more

  • 2019-09-19

    Trending rights tweets this week

  • 2019-09-19

    Terrible tales of domestic violence in Tajikistan; Zimbabwe doctor abduction is no isolated case; Burundian activist was murdered; "purgatory" of ISIS family camp in Syria; Lebanon is ignoring its anti-torture law; hundreds of migrant workers… Read more

  • 2019-09-18

    Outrage is growing in Zimbabwe after a doctor and union leader was reportedly abducted over the weekend; Taliban attacks are on the rise ahead of Afghanistan's presidential elections; the word "they" - for people who identify as non-binary - has… Read more

  • 2019-09-17

    Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon driven by rainforest mafia; refugee children in Greek island camps trapped in horrendous conditions; Bangladesh orders internet blackout for Rohingya refugees; UN report calls for top Myanmar… Read more

  • 2019-09-16

    OSCE participating states to discuss human rights & democracy in Warsaw; China separates Uyghur children from families; thousands detained without charge in Kashmir; Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters rally for… Read more

  • 2019-09-15

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  • 2019-09-13

    Wave of anti-foreigner violence sweeps South Africa; domestic violence murders soar to five-year high in UK; US Democratic Party debates fails to mention reproductive rights; Facebook suspends Netanyahu chatbot for anti-Arab slur; what a 'no-deal… Read more

  • 2019-09-12

    New documents show harm to human rights a 'no-deal' Brexit would cause in UK; biased policing destroys lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma; will UK reauthorize Saudi arms sales?; another blow for asylum seekers in the US; airstrikes force Syria's hospitals… Read more

  • 2019-09-10

    In March, Sahar was arrested by police trying to enter the main stadium in Tehran to watch a football match. Months later, dogged by courts and threatened by imprisonment, she set herself on fire in… Read more

  • 2019-09-10

    Plus: authorities in Iran raising the cost of peaceful dissent; brexit and human rights; monitoring supply chains in Germany; ten US presidential candidates head for another debate; and remembering a powerful voice in the disability rights… Read more

  • 2019-09-09

    Plus: Algeria tightening the screws on demonstrations; Indonesia should investigate deaths of Papuans killed in protests; Bangladesh should end restrictions on Rohingya refugee freedoms; clampdown in Kashmir; extending the UN Commission of… Read more