French Police's Crowd Control Methods Harm Demonstrators: Daily Brief

Plus: Pre-election crackdown in Bangladesh; ongoing demonstrations in Budapest; concerns over new law in Hungary; older people's rights; no justice for horrors of Brazil’s military dictatorship; repression of Christian church intensifies in China; Australia should vet foreign soldiers receiving training; and former Thai foreign minister calls for release Hakeem al-Araibi.

The Syrian Refugee Kids Still Not In School: Daily Brief

Too many Syrian refugee kids still not in school; Greece accused of refugee push backs; what a post-war Syria looks like; Russia's problematic 'gay propaganda' law; 'slave labor' protests in Hungary; fire destroys ballot boxes ahead of fraught DR Congo elections; Iran's crackdown on lawyers; Central African Republic militia leader arrested in France; and how to buy jewelry during the holidays without abusing human rights... 

Everyday Encryption and You: Daily Brief

The importance of encryption; Croatian police beating and robbing asylum seekers; Thai government should not return Cambodian dissident; five questions for Google about China; and wrapping up Human Rights Day.

Human Rights Day! - Daily Brief

Marking Human Rights Day around the world; threats to drinking water and public health in the US; Polish authorities bar entry to climate activists; EU foot-dragging puts rule of law at risk in Hungary & Poland; remembering human rights defender and Rio de Janeiro councilwoman Marielle Franco; and the world says goodbye to a remarkable champion of human rights in Russia, Lyudmila Alexeyeva.

Upsurge of Abuses by Ethnic Militias in Mali: Daily Brief

Plus: Aquarius forced to stop rescue operations in the Mediterranean; participants of Yemen talks should prioritize human rights issues; parliamentarians in Europe urge their governments to support an EU-wide Magnitsky Act; Russian rights defender unfairly jailed over Facebook post; FIFA calls for the release of Hakeem al-Araibi; 50 journalists killed worldwide in 2018; and join us in celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 

Illuminating The Skies For Human Rights: Daily Brief

Marking the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; from orphanages to institutions in Russia; China says Huawei arrest "violates human rights";  imprisonment of activist  in Kyrgyzstan remains "deep stain" on rights record; Turkey should call for international investigation into Khashoggi death; famine warnings in Yemen; saving lives at sea should not get you jailed; Bahraini footballer case will test FIFA's new human rights promise; & Greece urged to moved asylum seekers off the islands as winter looms.

China's Crackdowns: Daily Brief

China cracking down on workers, activists, and Muslims; European Schools failing on disability rights; women's rights in Tunisia; security forces implicated in abuses in Mozambique; sanctioning DR Congo; and a huge blow to academic freedom in Hungary.

Indian Farmers Take to the Streets: Daily Brief

Plus: Torture suspicions mar mass trial in Morocco; far-right pressure against UN migration pact in the EU; partial triumph for international justice in Chechnya; UN refugee agency pressures Australia over refugee crisis; Italy accuses Egyptian agents of Giulio Regeni's murder; Macron to meet Saudi crown prince; and good news from Chile.

Investigation of Saudi Prince for Crimes in Yemen Advances: Daily Brief

Plus: Cervical cancer deaths up for black women in the US; barriers to movement for older people in Ukraine; live updates from the US/Mexico border; Thailand should not deport Bahraini refugee; mass rape trial is crucial for justice in DR Congo; and saving lives at sea is not a crime.

Saudi Crown Prince Under Scrutiny: Daily Brief

Plus: US border guards tear gas children; Open Society pulls out of Turkey; Chinese courts downplay abuse of women; still waiting for justice in Uganda; Australia's refugee policy "a horrible human experiment," and home a dangerous place for women.