• 2019-10-17

    Domestic violence should be criminalized in Kazakhstan; crisis in northern Syria intensifies; fresh calls to free UAE's Ahmed Mansoor; Malta remembers slain journalist; China threatens European citizens over Xinjiang; will Qatar really abolish… Read more

  • 2019-10-15

    Plus: the danger of transferring EU ISIS suspects to Iraq; Mauritania should take steps for women’s rights; don’t let Venezuela join the UN Human Rights Council; hate crimes increase by 10% in England and Wales in a year; disproportionate… Read more

  • 2019-10-14

    Marking 2 years of the #MeToo movement; the dangers of Turkey's new assault on northeast Syria; Uganda authorities targeting media outlets; Maldives government shuts down country's largest rights group; the grim absurdity of Indonesia's "… Read more

  • 2019-10-14

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  • 2019-10-11

    Plus: the need to protect civilians in Turkey's Syria operation; Nobel Peace Prize goes to Ethiopia's PM Abiy Ahmed; Tanzania needs a zero tolerance approach to corporal punishment; Germany's synagogue attack highlights Europe’s antisemitism… Read more

  • 2019-10-10

    Aid workers warn that "hundreds of thousands of lives" are at risk from Turkey's push into Syria; on World Mental Health Day, Belgium show how rights-respecting healthcare is possible; fears Egyptian activist is being tortured; Qatar should… Read more

  • 2019-10-07

    Plus: The need to investigate deadly riots in Papua; Tajik activist could face torture if extradited from Belarus; Pakistan's appalling blasphemy law; will authoritarian Uzbekistan finally turn a decisive corner?; and the EU facing two big… Read more

  • 2019-10-04

    Plus: what you need to know on the “Moscow Case”; ongoing Hong Kong protests; China should release Hong Kong supporters; US court sends mixed signals on net neutrality; 60 days of shutdown in Kashmir; The kids are all right, but the planet isn’t… Read more

  • 2019-10-03

    Several killed as protests sweep Iraq; court rules that Northern Ireland's abortion law breaches human rights; Guinea bans streets protests; Russian military court jails blogger, while two journalists also face jail time; children with… Read more

  • 2019-09-30

    Plus: filming the Philippines' "War on Drugs"; Australia should bring Australian children home; UN rights body approves new investigation into Venezuelan government crimes; UN expert outlines "extremely disturbing" crimes by Zimbabwe's security… Read more

  • 2019-09-29

    Trending rights tweets this week

  • 2019-09-26

    President Trump praises his "favorite dictator", Egypt's al-Sisi; teacher arrested in Cameroon in latest crackdown on political space; UK Prime Minister accused of stirring up hatred over Brexit; don't be fooled by Venezuela's seeming change of… Read more