• 2019-03-22

    Plus: Atrocities by armed islamists and security forces in Burkina Faso; tell Burundian president that scribbling is not a crime; France’s Macron should press Chinese president on rights; new UN resolution against discrimination towards women and… Read more

  • 2019-03-21

    How China's one-child policy has fuelled a "bride" trafficking crisis from Myanmar; Saudi's women charged for their peaceful activism; Christchurch mosques attack shows stirring up hatred of "foreigners" is dangerous; Nicaragua crackdown prompts… Read more

  • 2019-03-19

    Outrage as human rights defender jailed in Chechnya, Russia; Thailand's elections won't be free and fair; why won't Egypt's government help find a missing politician?; scapegoating LGBT people and reproductive health in Poland; ill-treatment of… Read more

  • 2019-03-18

    Plus: Philippines withdraws from the International Criminal Court; Oyub Titiev's veredict happening today in Chechnya; crucial week for EU-China relations; joint call on European leaders to end the containment policy for asylum seekers in Greece… Read more

  • 2019-03-17

    Trending rights tweets this week:

  • 2019-03-15

    Plus: Will Qatar World Cup expansion meet FIFA rights standards?; Germany should press to prohibit killer robots; bleak times for women’s rights in the US; Europe's center-right political bloc faces a key decision; six activists unjustly headed… Read more

  • 2019-03-14

    Israeli authorities try to expel HRW's Israel director; migrants fleeing Libya by boat returned to possible abuse; kids with disabilities in Kazakhstan are "on margins" of education system; armed police in Mozambique break up children's march;… Read more

  • 2019-03-12

    Plus: Algeria's president abandons bid for reelection; draconian sentence against women’s human rights defender in Iran; crackdown on free speech in Lebanon; Thai lawyer's disappearance unsolved 15 years on; Venezuelan… Read more

  • 2019-03-11

    Theresa's May's promises on workers' rights after brexit are thin gruel; the dangers of Myanmar's new land law; thousands protest against Russia's "online Iron Curtain"; US  Department of Homeland Security targeting journalists and activists; is… Read more

  • 2019-03-08

    Plus: Prison for WhatsApp messages in Indonesia; US should offer Venezuelans temporary protection; and Cameroon cracks down on opponents.

  • 2019-03-07

    No "erroneous thoughts" allowed in China, so don't mention the Tiananmen Massacre, please; Trump axes requirement for military to report on civilian casualties; US government reportedly keeping secret database of journalists & others covering… Read more

  • 2019-03-04

    ISIS legacy;  Trump & Kim Jong Un trample on human rights; Egypt finally releases photographer Shawkan; "The love that dare not speak its name"; will Europe's center-right party bloc finally #ExpelFidesz?; Saudi women's rights activists… Read more